Photo Album: "OH! NO!"

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“ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS”

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Photo ID: 1208663
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Red Bull
Zivko Edge 540
Off-Airport - Rio de Janeiro
Brazil, April 20, 2007
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N24KN (cn 0037A) Pop! One pylon bites the dust. Better luck on the next run Kirby!
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Photo ID: 1208567
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Belair
Boeing 767-3Q8/ER
Zurich (- Kloten) (ZRH / LSZH)
Switzerland, February 6, 2007
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HB-ISE (cn 27600/655) The window cracked due to malfunction of the heating system on a flight from MBJ to ZRH about 3hrs before landing over the atlantic.
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Photo ID: 0668776
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Eastern Air Lines
Boeing 727-25
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, January 18, 1978
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N8126N (cn 18277/107) Moments after sliding to a stop, the first passengers start sliding down the evacuation slide as fire rescue workers arrive on scene to assist. EA flight 274 was on a PBI-ATL-STL routing when the crew noticed a malfunction in the nose gear after takeoff from PBI. They diverted into MIA because of EA's extensive maintenance facilities. Capt. Wayne Nolan pilot in command. Another blast from the past as they say on the oldie radio stations.
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Photo ID: 1103592
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Braniff International Airlines
Boeing 727-225/Adv
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, August 24, 1992
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N8859E / 410 (cn 20621/904) The sign message is almost appropriate for this scenario. Ex-Eastern and Pan Am. This photo was taken several hours after Hurricane Andrew devastated the southern part of Dade County. High winds at MIA blew this bird into the canal and it never flew again. It was scrapped in 1996 at MIA.
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