Photo Album: "Opps"

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“Mishaps”

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Photo ID: 0047556
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China Airlines
Boeing 747-4...
Hong Kong - Kai Tak International (HKG / VHHH) (closed)
China - Hong Kong, June 1997
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Crazy landing as you can see spoilers and the tire track clearly. Full frame and taken from Beacon Hill with 800 mm lens.
Samuel lo
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Photo ID: 1449975
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Untitled (Grenadines Airways)
De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter
St. Vincent - E.T. Joshua / Arnos Vale (SVD / TVSV)
St. Vincent and the Grenadines, December 17, 2008
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J8-VBS (cn 249) [09:27] Disabled near runway 07 shortly after arrival when a normally covered drainage ditch was left open & caused severe structural damage to the starboard (fixed) undercarriage. Thankfully only the crew was onboard & no one was injured. [Canon 50D + EF 100-400mm L IS USM]
Gianni Deligny
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Photo ID: 1291345
Views: 396164
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Iberia
Airbus A340-642
Quito - Mariscal Sucre (UIO / SEQU) (closed)
Ecuador, November 11, 2007
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EC-JOH (cn 731) By the looks of this, the number of people, you can understand this is not something we see every day! A very lucky incident for the passengers and people around this sector, but a very unlucky event for Iberia. Sitting here after two days from the incident. Simply a breathtaking view! Big isn't it?
Stefano Rota
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Photo ID: 1291038
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Iberia
Airbus A340-642
Quito - Mariscal Sucre (UIO / SEQU) (closed)
Ecuador, November 9, 2007
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EC-JOH (cn 731) Skid off during landing. Certainly amazing, no one was hurt, but the damage is amazing. 3 Engines ripped out, wing lost, a landing gear ripped out, front gear collapsed! Note engine 1 and 2 totaly ripped facing an other way! Just look how close it was to this house and to the wall.
Stefano Rota
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Photo ID: 1503411
Views: 229764
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Continental Airlines
Boeing 737-824
Newark - Liberty International (EWR / KEWR)
USA - New Jersey, March 21, 2009
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N14231 (cn 28795/300) Flight 1761 from Costa Rica. Flock of geese crossed in front of aircraft around 1200 ft. AGL, emergency was not declared and aircraft landed without any other problems. Engine checked out ok and aircraft continued to taxi to gate.
Jorge Doblado
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Photo ID: 1509676
Views: 37546
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South East Asian Airlines
Dornier 328-110
Caticlan - Boracay (Godofredo P. Ramos) (MPH / RPVE)
Philippines, April 1, 2009
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RP-C4328 (cn 3042) April Fool's or sheer madness? Commonly known as SEA Air in these parts, last month a similar sized aircraft ditched just before this point. Luckily it was a freighter. Could this be the lowest approach in the world? I believe it's a contender, that's for sure!!
Spencer Wilmot
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Photo ID: 1615692
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SATA International
Airbus A310-325/ET
Lajes / Azores (AB4) (TER / LPLA)
Portugal, November 20, 2009
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CS-TKN (cn 624) This month of November had been really good for us spotters, with so many different things coming by!! Not being a different A/C, this one deserved some attention... These pilots were caught in some wind shear, and it was really close to total disaster, since the wing almost touched the ground! You can also see the stress in main landing gear... At that time, there were gusts up to 44 knots of crosswind, and heavy turbulence was reported! I'm glad that everything ended up well.. [Canon 40D + Sigma 120-400
Paulo Santos
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Photo ID: 1930442
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Delta Air Lines
McDonnell Douglas MD-88
Atlanta - Hartsfield-Jackson Int (The William B Hartsfield / Municipal / Candler Field) (ATL / KATL)
USA - Georgia, May 28, 2011
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N941DL (cn 49814/1602) I was lying in my bed at the hotel watching the aircraft arrivals and this MD-80 touched down right in front of the room. There were 2 loud bangs one after the other as both tyres burst on the rear right landing gear. The aircraft came to a skidding stop on the taxiway where flames started coming out from underneath. It took 4-5 minutes before anybody got out the emergency exits while the plane was burning on the ground. Sorry for the quality, it was an unexpected event!
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Photo ID: 1955404
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Sky Net Aero
Yakovlev Yak-42
Moscow - Vnukovo (VKO / UUWW)
Russia, June 11, 2011
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RA-42333 (cn 4520422606156) When boarding the plane broke all 4 tires the left main landing gear. The aircraft rolled to the end of the runway. When he stopped tires caught fire. The fire was extinguished very quickly. None of the passengers was hurt.
Pavel Stepanenko
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