Aviation Photo #1821171 Boeing 767-25D/ER - Mexicana

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    Logan Sanchez - Aviation Photography of Mexico
    Mexicana
    Boeing 767-25D/ER
    Boeing 767-200
    Boeing 767-200
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    XA-MXO
    Monterrey - General Mariano Escobedo International
    Mexico
    April 2010
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Anonymous
6 years ago
This picture is awesome!! I loved it the first moment I saw it few months ago!! Vientos mi estimado!!! Rich
Anonymous
6 years ago
Whoa! What happened to cause that? And thanks so much for the photo!
Anonymous
6 years ago
This is what happens when the windshield heat stops working.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very good photograph. Any idea why the tail number is not mentioned? Somehow I doubt the photographer was unable to provide that information?
Anonymous
6 years ago
To possibly answer the question below: Photographer could be the pilot or maintenance, and understands that the airline would not appreciate a pic of their airplane on the web after an emerg landing. He's interested in keeping his job!
Anonymous
6 years ago
I suspected as much. Thanks for the info and also thanks to the photographer for posting this ;)
Anonymous
6 years ago
It's Mexicana's XA-MXO... You can read it below the AP-Disengage-Button.
Anonymous
6 years ago
For those not familiar with airliner windshields.....they are VERY thick, and consist of many individual "plies" of glass and acrylics; I'm guessing that the fractures are confined to possibly a single "ply"?
Very interesting photo......thanks for posting it!
Anonymous
5 years ago
I love the fracture pattern with all those arcs and branches.. You could almost see the propagation. Wonderful!
Anonymous
5 years ago
This indicate failure of the outermost layer. When the outer fail, the windscreen remain transparent, when any other fail the window looses all transparity and you cannot see through it. Thats how you determine which layer has failed.

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