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More: Contact Air Interregional
More: Fokker 100 (F-28-0100)
More: Stuttgart (- Echterdingen) (STR / EDDS)
More: Germany, September 14, 2009
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D-AFKE (cn 11505) Stuttgart airport was closed several hours due to this Fokker 100 accident, which landed without a completely extended landing gear.
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A visitor from Australia posted Sun March 17, 2013:
A possible advantage of rear mounted engines - probably still both functional and engaged in rear-thrust during a belly landing.

A visitor from - posted Sun June 13, 2010:
That plane got a cute emergency slide

A visitor from Germany posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Don't worry, this airplane is going to fly again. it gets repaired in holland at the moment.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed September 16, 2009:
Glad to hear no one was hurt. Well done to the crew. Contact air indeed :P

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Tue September 15, 2009:
Thanks for such a detailed picture!
I occured to me that an aircraft with engines under wings would have done this landing.. er.. in a more dramatic way.
Rare mounted engine RULE !

A visitor from Germany posted Tue September 15, 2009:
Great pilots and ground crew!

A visitor from Germany posted Tue September 15, 2009:
Very good work of the pilots. I still can remember how they departed just in front of us in TXL.

A visitor from - posted Mon September 14, 2009:
In holland we call mud 'modder'.

This plane is now called a modderfokker (you know what that means;))

A visitor from United States posted Mon September 14, 2009:
Oh no please tell me we haven't lost a Fokker!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon September 14, 2009:
'Contact Ground'

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon September 14, 2009:
OOPPS Looks like the plane has only recently been repainted, must have been a good landing for the plane to still be in one piece.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon September 14, 2009:
Wow, this is a fast picture, very nice! I was listening to an interview with Müntefering on the radio while driving home and he said that the landing on the foam layer was softer than a regular landing!! Had to laugh at that one... anyways, nice pic!

A visitor from Germany posted Mon September 14, 2009:
Verily, this aircraft had the closest contact to the ground...

A visitor from - posted Mon September 14, 2009:
Funny how it says "Contact Air"...sorry I couldnt resist

A visitor from - posted Mon September 14, 2009:
Poor little fokker

A visitor from Argentina posted Mon September 14, 2009:
Wow, This is what a call a FAST REPORT! Though the accident, it seems like a pretty good landing. Hope everyone unharmed.

A visitor from Germany posted Mon September 14, 2009:
Everybody is safe. And a german politician Mr Müntefering was onboard.

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