Photo Album: "Accidents"

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Photo ID: 1212512
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Untitled (Brooks Fuel)
Douglas C-54G Skymaster (DC-4)
Nenana - Municipal (ANN / PANN)
USA - Alaska, May 1, 2007
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N82FA / 153 (cn 35960/354) On Jan. 17th, 2007, while enroute from Fairbanks to the Nixon Fork Mine, aircraft suffered an in-flight fire in the number two engine. Attempts to extiguish the fire were unsuccessful, while the pilot attempted to return to Fairbanks. Pilot was forced to make a wheels up landing approximately five miles from Nenana. Photograph is of the fuselage hulk and wreckage being in open storage at the Nenana Municipal Airport.
Joe G. Walker
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Photo ID: 1272162
Views: 42113
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MASkargo (Air Atlanta Icelandic)
Boeing 747-236BM(SF)
Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / FRF / EDDF)
Germany, August 26, 2007
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TF-ATX (cn 23711/672) Aborting take off run after at least one of the RB211-524D4 engines quit its service. The crew decided to abort the take off immediately just infront of the fire station after some loud bangs could be heard. Check out for flames behind engine #2!
Florian Kondziela
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Photo ID: 1489175
Views: 26867
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Turkish Airlines
Boeing 737-8F2
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, February 25, 2009
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TC-JGE (cn 29789/1065) Crashed in a field at 10:31 local time while on approach to the Polderbaan. One of the engines can be seen laying on the left. 9 people lost their lives and 50 were injured, RIP.
Tim De Groot - AirTeamImages
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Photo ID: 1489040
Views: 80400
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Turkish Airlines
Boeing 737-8F2
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, February 25, 2009
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TC-JGE (cn 29789/1065) TK1951 crashlanded about a mile from the runway. 9 people lost their lives and 50 were injured.
Tim De Groot - AirTeamImages
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Photo ID: 1473313
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US Airways
Airbus A320-214
Off-Airport - Jersey City
USA - New Jersey, January 24, 2009
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N106US (cn 1044) A shot at the damaged front end of the US Airways A-320. Shortly after take-off it is believed the plane hit a flock of geese causing dual engine failure. The airplane was successfully ditched in the Hudson River and all 155 passengers and crew survived. In this picture, there is evidence of a bird strike on the windscreen along with damage sustained to the nosecone from the rescue boats and ferries.
Len Schwartz
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Photo ID: 1464856
Views: 83717
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Avid Aircraft Magnum
Upland - Cable (CCB)
USA - California, January 11, 2009
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N35896 (cn 87M) A passenger is assisted out of this experimental aircraft just moments after a mishap at the Cable airport. As the vehicle rolled down the runway after landing it suddenly veered to the right and spun causing the landing gear to collapse. Additional damage was evident to the prop and right wing. Fortunately, no one appeared to be injured.
Kevin Whitehead - Jetwash Images
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Photo ID: 1464855
Views: 59350
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USA - Army
Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk (S-70A)
Off-Airport - College Station
USA - Texas, January 12, 2009
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91-26321 (cn 701617) This Black Hawk crashed shortly after take-off on the Texas A&M University campus. 4 Injuried and 1 Fatality. It was putting on a demostration for the Corp of Cadets at Texas A&M before crashing.
Joe Buvid
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Photo ID: 1464398
Views: 37710
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Beech B100 King Air
Santa Monica - Municipal (SMO)
USA - California, January 6, 2009
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N45LU (cn BE-8) Unfortunate right gear collapse but Pilot and co-pilot did a great job and no one was hurt. In the back ground lights you can see SMO's claim to fame - two of finest airport restaurants in the world: "Typhoon" and "The Hump"
Paulo Emanuele
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Photo ID: 1409734
Views: 18003
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Nouvelair Tunisie
Airbus A321-211
Dortmund - Wickede (DTM / EDLW)
Germany, September 26, 2008
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TS-IQA (cn 970) Overshot the runway after landing this morning. The sun is setting over the A321 as the BGS helicopter passes by very low for some video recording of the accident.
Maik Korolczuk
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Photo ID: 1405278
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FedEx - Federal Express
McDonnell Douglas MD-11F
Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (Mascot) (SYD / YSSY)
Australia - New South Wales, September 27, 2008
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N603FE (cn 48459/470) This engine was damaged on landing rwy 34L, it caused the closure of the rwy for about 15 minutes, while the debris was cleaned off, meaning the Qantas A380 which was on finals at the time had to go around.
Morris Biondi
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Photo ID: 1389033
Views: 122275
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Tenin Air
Ilyushin Il-76TD
Pointe Noire (- Agotino Neto) (PNR / FCPP)
Congo (Brazzaville), May 10, 2007
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EX-093 (cn 1013407212) The Il-76 freighter caught fire on the ground while it was being loaded in preparation for a flight to Brazzaville (BZV). Thanks to my friend Igor for this photo.
Serge
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Photo ID: 1355665
Views: 70817
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Transair Cargo
Sud SE-210 Caravelle 11R
Off-Airport - Gisenyi
Rwanda, February 21, 2006
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3D-KIK (cn 251) This was the last commercially flying Caravelle in the world. Crashed here in Rwanda in Aug. 2004, while inbound for Goma in Congo, a mile further from the location of the crash.
Michael Fabry
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Photo ID: 1352635
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Supermarine 509 Spitfire T9C
Lelystad (LEY / EHLE)
Netherlands, May 3, 2008
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G-CCCA / H-98 (cn CBAF.9590) On the way back from Lelystad to Antwerp an unintentional gear retraction occurred on the taxi lane damaging one of the most beautiful and rare Spit's. A very sad sight although a quick first inspection showed not to much damage apart from a expensive prop.
Willem Honders
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Photo ID: 1333170
Views: 76620
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Air France
Boeing 747-3B3M
In Flight
International Airspace, April 28, 2006
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F-GETA (cn 23413/632) Over the North Atlantic. Supposed to fly to Martinique on April 27th our flight got canceled after 7 hours delay because of a broken engine. The replacement flight took off Orly at 11 the next morning, but after 45min inflight some cabin pressure problems occured an we had to dump fuel an return to Orly. A once in a lifetime trip!
Bjoern Venghaus
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Photo ID: 1331960
Views: 94913
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-323/ER
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, February 23, 2008
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N386AA (cn 27060/540) An emergency landing due to hydraulic failure. The gear doors are stuck down and the fast landing coupled with no nosewheel steering meant the runway was blocked for some time. The aircraft stopped safely but had very hot brakes and a couple of burst tyres.
Stewart Andrew
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Photo ID: 1293784
Views: 915641
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Etihad Airways
Airbus A340-642
Toulouse - Blagnac (TLS / LFBO)
France, November 16, 2007
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F-WWCJ (cn 856) An Airbus A340-600 due to be delivered to Etihad Airways jumped its chocks during an engine test at Toulouse on 15th November. The nose went up and through a blast fence.
Zubova Marina
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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: 1261647
Views: 26809
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Avial NV
Antonov An-12BP
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - Khomutovo (UUS / UHSS)
Russia, February 25, 2004
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RA-11128 (cn 02348203) This photo was taken on the next day after the strong cyclone. Minimal damages of the aircraft. It looks like it has decided to sit down and have a rest
Victor Zheldak
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Photo ID: 1235641
Views: 54582
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Saab 91D Safir
Ferlach - Glainach (LOKG)
Austria, July 14, 2007
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OE-KCD (cn 91459) The end of a beautiful display on a little airshow at Ferlach airfield. On touchdown, the nose gear collapsed and the plane landed only with the main gear. Nobody was injured, but the fresh restored plane had some damages. By the way, this was the second accident at this day on this event and the second time for me to see an accident with a plane...
Michael - Spotterteam Graz
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Photo ID: 1225220
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Domodedovo Airlines
Ilyushin Il-62M
Khabarovsk - Novy (KHV / UHHH)
Russia, June 18, 2007
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RA-86530 (cn 4242543) DMO125 suffered radom disintegration approximately one hour before arrival to UHHH. Cause is unclear at the moment. Close view of damaged nose. Pieces of radom also damaged No.3 engine. Pilots didn't declare an emergency, because all airplane systems worked well.
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Photo ID: 1210961
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Untitled (Airline Transport)
Ilyushin Il-76TD
Dushanbe (Stalinabad) (DYU / UTDD)
Tajikistan, May 2005
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ER-IBM (cn 0063466981) Written off after a forced landing which occured on December 30th 2004. The aircraft was coming from Kabul (Afghanistan) where the left gear was completely destroyed during a missed landing in very poor weather conditions. Fortunately no casualties among the 8 crew members. The aircraft heve been scrapped later.
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Photo ID: 1208656
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NWA Airlink (Pinnacle Airlines)
Canadair CL-600-2B19 Regional Jet CRJ-200LR
Traverse City - Cherry Capital (Municipal) (TVC / KTVC)
USA - Michigan, April 12, 2007
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N8905F (cn 7905) At approximately 12:35am local on 12 April 2007, FLG4712 from MSP touched down on runway 28 in a snowstorm. Braking action was very poor and the aircraft slid off the end of the runway and came to rest 55 feet past the pavements end. 46 passengers and 3 crew were uninjured.
Gloria Morkin
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Photo ID: 1203830
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Untitled (Air France)
Boeing 747-228BM
Rio de Janeiro - Galeao International (Antonio Carlos Jobim) (GIG / SBGL)
Brazil, February 1986
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F-GCBC (cn 22427/485) Being scrapped. This plane was written off after veering off the runway on landing and colliding with a concrete ramp. The incident happened on December 2nd, 1985 and had no fatalities.
Vito Cedrini
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Photo ID: 1198526
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Raytheon Beechjet 400A
Atlanta - DeKalb-Peachtree (PDK / KPDK)
USA - Georgia, April 3, 2007
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N407CW (cn RK-307) The Gulfstream in the rear had just landed and was taxiing to park when its nose clipped the vertical stablizer of the Beechjet. The Gulfstream swung around and its large wingtip tank made the large puncture wound in the Beechjet's fuselage. I'm sure not a happy day for the Gulfstream pilot.....
Peter Arebalo
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Photo ID: 1177511
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United Airlines
Boeing 777-222/ER
In Flight
International Airspace, January 2007
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N784UA (cn 26951/69) Full house from LHR to SFO as UA931 with one row of seats taped off. Later on the question "why" was answered...
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