Aviation Photo #1801406 McDonnell Douglas MD-11(F) - FedEx - Federal Express

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    McDonnell Douglas MD-11(F)
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    Budapest - Ferenc Liszt (Ferihegy)
    Hungary
    October 23, 2010
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Comments (76)

Anonymous
7 years ago
Shows how well runways are engineered to handle the emense weight of these aircraft
Anonymous
7 years ago
Oops! The double yellow line is the edge stripe, not the centerline.
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Anonymous
7 years ago
Incredible!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing!! first time I seen n realize this is actually an issue.. learned something new today..
Anonymous
7 years ago
Will they have to unload the whole aircraft or is it a simple tug'er out job? I can't imagine it would be the later, but I also can't imagine that unloading is the simplest way to do it.
Anonymous
7 years ago
If anything, I love aviation because it pushes everything to the limit. In a perfect world, every airplane should leave such a trail of destruction behind, gives you a real comic like idea of how powerful and massive that stuff really is.

Fantastic, unique picture!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Ha ha.visability is good.his boss is not that amused i guess.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Whoops...I guess they're not kidding when they post those weight restrictions on airport navigation charts!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very interesting. I wonder for how long the pilot rolled like this until he noticed. In any case, taxiing an MD-11 so far away from the centerline is just insane.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Isn't it amazing how the hard ground couldn't support the aircraft's weight...yet the air can support it in flight!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Kindergarden teaches us to stay within the lines...I guess it doesn't only apply to colouring books.
Anonymous
7 years ago
"Captain: There was a deer on the taxiway. I swerved to avoid the deer."
Anonymous
7 years ago
This is first pic of such an incident I`ve seen yet. Thank you for uploading.
Anonymous
7 years ago
I didnt think you were allowed to park on double yellow lines. Great capture.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Did they power out or get towed ?
Anonymous
7 years ago
Hmm me thinks someone got canned over this one !!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Fedex heavy you are tearing up our tarmac, stop your taxi immediately and be sure to stop by the tower and collect our repair bill...
Anonymous
7 years ago
This gives new meaning to the word HEAVY.
Anonymous
7 years ago
What an amazing capture - to think thats only a proportion of the weight of the whole aircraft - makes you realise just how tough the undercarriage must be. Embarassing for the pilots though...
Anonymous
7 years ago
Thye must have had a problem with their steering to get that far off the centerline
Anonymous
7 years ago
I think the pilot plowed the asphalt so it maybe could grow new taxilights :)
Anonymous
7 years ago
"Stay on the path."
Anonymous
7 years ago
They have pulled it out by three of tow trucks, but the aircraft still parking at the taxiway. They have to change some parts to leave. As my best knowledge there was no problem with steering. Pay attention next time Captain! :)
Anonymous
7 years ago
A tremor wants to eat your cargoes..
Anonymous
7 years ago
There were no steering problem. The real problem was: -Right side? Clear! Left side? Cle... Oooops! The Sun blinds me!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Unique capture!
Anonymous
7 years ago
When I worked maintenance I saw water squirt out the concrete cracks all the way up to the wing on the heavies!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great capture. Makes you realize human factor is essential..
Anonymous
7 years ago
Caution, Soft Shoulder!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great photo that shows what happenes when the MTOW of the aircraft exceeds the rated maximum for the surface.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Emm That plane is gonna be late doing its delivery, maybe they should rename the logo on the aircraft to 'Ex Fed Ex' !
Anonymous
7 years ago
So what happens to the Captain now? Would this situation be regarded as fault on his/her part? Who will eventually pay for the taxiway and aircraft damage? Interesting comment from US visitor on previously witnessed incident "...I saw water squirt out from the concrete cracks all the way up to the wings...". Did you mean water-squirting as in broken underground water pipes or some other phenomenon?
Anonymous
7 years ago
The MD-11 is not built for "off-taxiwaying" !
Anonymous
7 years ago
Different from the usual pictures.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Hey Sweden, great comment! "Plowed the asphalt to grow new taxiway edge-lights".
Anonymous
7 years ago
This is a great capture.

Obviously there was an issue with the material under the surface...it looks like water eroded some of the dirt away, or it was not constructed properly.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Good thing he stopped before reaching that taxiway light....
Anonymous
7 years ago
Ouch!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wait a minute, that's NOT the centre line!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Quote of my Flight Instructor: "Hey Dude, what´s the yellow line for????"
Anonymous
7 years ago
¨Houston, we have a problem!¨
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ah
ah
ah
stay in the lines, stay in the lines!
Anonymous
7 years ago
A defined path. A drunk plane. The world not on time today. (´Coming soon to a theater near you.´)
Anonymous
7 years ago
Shows how much weight are on those wheels..!

The shoulder was in perfect order, it's just not made for taxiing (That's what the taxiway is for..).
Anonymous
7 years ago
These guys flying those beauties are awesome pilots, mistakes can happen sometimes to everyone, that's it.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Parcels from this FedEx airplane will not be on time.
Anonymous
7 years ago
This demonstrates the purpose of the double yellow line, pavement outside of the double yellow is normally not stressed for the heaviest aircraft to use that airport - hence, the importance of tracking the centerline.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Looks like a job for Joe Petroni!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great shot !!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Cargo Delayed. . .
Anonymous
7 years ago
Another MD-11 incident.

Time to ground this insanely unsafe fleet!
Anonymous
7 years ago
I'll bet Joe Patroni could power it back onto the taxiway!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Offroading in an MD-11.
Anonymous
7 years ago
It's not really an insanely unsafe fleet. When the pilots are not following the thick yellow line, nobody needs to wonder ;)
Anonymous
7 years ago
Power out "looks" possible, but how the hell did this happened ? nothing is following the txwy centerline here.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Never seen like this before. It is time for Road Test 101

Frank YXU
Anonymous
7 years ago
Hungary always offers the very best for the guest in the hardest test! Still I wonder why it took the BUD airport colleauges half a day to rescue the plane..
Anonymous
7 years ago
Truely amazing! :)
Anonymous
7 years ago
No more texting while driving.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Sure shows the difference in asphalt as compared to concrete!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Ouch!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Shoulder not designed to take weight - should not stray wheels out of yellow line. Simple error will be very costly.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Really shows how heavy these heavys really are doesnt it? But great capture and one costly both money and jobs wise for the pilot and possibly 1st officer.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Tower we have a problem :-)
Anonymous
6 years ago
Ut oh my bad did i do that??
Anonymous
6 years ago
Fedex heavy indeed.
Anonymous
6 years ago
I do believe that nothing would happen to the flight crew, stuff like that is going to happen
Anonymous
6 years ago
Well... see it on the bright side, they didn't run over that taxiway light, that will save them a couple of bucks, i guess...
Anonymous
6 years ago
That's a nice comment: "didn't run over that taxiway light" ... indeed, few bucks saved.. ;-D
What ever, what a big mistake of this pilot.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Would a highway ever take the weight of an airliner this big if it were to make an emergency landing for instance?
Anonymous
6 years ago
That opening between the E and the X in Express is that the outflow valve?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Only in hungary
Anonymous
6 years ago
This has nothing to do with MD-11. This is pilot's mistake.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Shoddy materials, I bet!
Anonymous
5 years ago
I can still hear my instuctor's voice to this day, "On the line, on the line"!! And now we have have an example of Why?
Anonymous
5 years ago
Pilots on crack :)
Anonymous
4 years ago
Someone is thinking: Dude, where's my plane?

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