Photo Album: "CrashSpotter"

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Photo ID: 2246102
Views: 80546
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Air Mediterranee (Hermes Airlines)
Airbus A321-111
Lyon - Saint-Exupery (Satolas) (LYS / LFLL)
France, March 30, 2013
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SX-BHS (cn 642) Sitting in the mud after a runway excursion (300m.) that occured the 29th of March around 8:50pm. with 174 passengers and 7 crew, none were injured.
Carlos De Oliveira
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Photo ID: 2244729
Views: 25841
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Robinson R-44 Raven
Off-Airport - Bulli Tops
Australia - New South Wales, March 22, 2013
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VH-HWQ (cn 1445) Tragic landing incident (4 fatal) overlooking the South Coast of NSW, adjacent to Panorama House. It is believed the R44 clipped trees (top left of pic) and flipped over. Reports that the occupants survived the crash but perished in a post crash fuel fire, staff from the adjacent restaurant attempted to extinguish the fire and rescue the occupants (hence the fire extinguishers visible). While the ATSB will determine the cause, they have stated this R44 was not retrofitted with “bladder tanks”.
Richard Goodman - Goodman James Images
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Photo ID: 2220182
Views: 24444
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Dassault Falcon 7X
Berlin - Tegel (TXL / EDDT)
Germany, January 30, 2013
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VP-CSW (cn 143) This Falcon rejected the take-off, left the runway and ended up between the taxiway and the runway. This caused the runway to be closed for around 8 hours. Fortunalety, nobody was injured.
FelixH
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Photo ID: 2206717
Views: 49437
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Red Wings
Tupolev Tu-204-100
Pardubice (PED / LKPD)
Czech Republic, December 29, 2012
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RA-64047 (cn 1450744864047) 29.12. Tupolev 204 departing from Czech Republic - Pardubice, which crashed in Moscow
Karel Bohac
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Photo ID: 2164415
Views: 41553
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TAM
Airbus A330-223
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, September 26, 2012
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PT-MVQ (cn 968) [Canon 7D + Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM] On September 26, 2012, this TAM A330-200 made a tower fly-by on Runway 22R, following a go-around on Runway 22L. The tower confirmed that the nose gear was stuck perpendicular to the plane, and the A330 set up for an approach to Runway 31L, with emergency vehicles standing by. As the main gear touched, the nose gear moved back to its normal position, and the aircraft rolled out safely.
Cary Liao - AeroPX
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Photo ID: 0164238
Views: 56698
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Air France
Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 101
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, 1996
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F-BTSC (cn 203) Not the best quality but it's a very rare shot. On approach to 4R is F-BTSC, the Concorde that crashed on July 25, 2000 along with another aircraft that is no longer around. Egypt Air's B767-300, SU-GAP seen departing 4L bound for LAX. Also Egypt Air's Boeing 767 crashed on 31st October 1999 in the Atlantic ocean after departure from this J. F. Kennedy Airport, That's one very weird coincidence !
Michael F. McLaughlin
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Photo ID: 2125409
Views: 71131
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LOT - Polish Airlines / Polskie Linie Lotnicze
Boeing 767-35D/ER
Warsaw - Okecie / Frederic Chopin (WAW / EPWA)
Poland, November 1, 2011
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SP-LPC (cn 28656/659) Photo taken on the ground immediately after emergency evacuation following "forced gear up landing" of LOT flight 16 from Newark (KEWR) to Warsaw (EPWA).
John Magero
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Photo ID: 2106111
Views: 98956
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Sky Escort Hungary
Antonov (PZL-Mielec) An-2
Godollo (LHGD)
Hungary, May 18, 2012
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HA-MEA (cn 1G186-07) This AN-2 burst into flames during engine test. Unfortunately the right side bottom wing burned out fully.
Gabor Kovacs Dodi - Hungarian Aviation Spotters
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Photo ID: 2105654
Views: 30026
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Air Dolomiti
ATR ATR-72-500 (ATR-72-212A)
Munich (- Franz Josef Strauss) (MUC / EDDM)
Germany, May 17, 2012
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I-ADCD (cn 664) Poor bird with broken nose and broken gear after a runway excursion on the airports 20th anniversary.
Marco Zeininger
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Photo ID: 0607994
Views: 21442
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Air Florida
Boeing 737-222
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, April 11, 1981
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N62AF (cn 19556/130) On January 13, 1982, this aircraft crashed shortly after take off from Washington-National Airport (DCA). The aircraft struck the 14th Street bridge across the Potomac River, killing 4 on the bridge and 74 of the 79 persons on board.
Howard Chaloner
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Photo ID: 1293784
Views: 918963
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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: 0937866
Views: 33069
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McDonnell Douglas DC-8-73CF
Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / FRF / EDDF)
Germany, April 14, 1988
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TR-LTZ (cn 46053/446) It was a foggy morning when the DC-8 got clearance for take off on runway 18, operating a German Cargo service to JFK. But instead of lining up on the runway the crew accidently turned into the parallel taxiway (only 1200m long) and speeded up. Take off was aborted and the aircraft stopped after 700m in soft ground with 2 engines torn off. This photo was taken one day after the incident.
Marc Lehmann
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