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Photo ID: 0217137
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Delta Air Lines
McDonnell Douglas MD-11
Dublin (- Collinstown) (DUB / EIDW)
Ireland, February 3, 2002
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N803DE (cn 48474/485) At 9am this morning Delta flight 129 from ATL skidded off runway 28 in winds that were gusting up to 55 knots. The main landing gear and nose gear is stuck in the mud and as is evident from this picture, the port engine has been severely damaged by debris. The port wing has also been drenched in mud
Martin O Connell
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Photo ID: 0217135
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Delta Air Lines
McDonnell Douglas MD-11
Dublin (- Collinstown) (DUB / EIDW)
Ireland, February 3, 2002
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N803DE (cn 48474/485) Delta flight 129 from ATL skidded off the runway at 9am this morning in high winds causing the nose gear and main landing gear to run off into the mud. As you can see severe damage has been caused to the port engine due to debris and the port wing is also drenched in mud
Martin O Connell
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Photo ID: 0351420
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Delta Air Lines
McDonnell Douglas MD-88
Denver - International (DEN / KDEN)
USA - Colorado, April 25, 2003
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N974DL (cn 53242/1833) Accident happened during pushback. Rain and high winds made these shots difficult
Jarett Sirko
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Photo ID: 1482435
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Delta Air Lines
Boeing 767-332/ER
Hamburg (- Fuhlsbuttel) (HAM / EDDH)
Germany, September 15, 1995
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N172DN (cn 24775/312) Dramatical moment in Hamburg. N172DN is ready for take-off to ATL on rwy 33 when the right main gear bursts into the wing and the belly crashes onto the runway. The aircaft was filled up with fuel and it was great luck that this accident did not cause an explosion.
Timo Soyke -[GSN]-
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Photo ID: 1563878
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, February 13, 2008
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) After a huge explosion parts of the left engine hit the bottom side of the plane and destroyed the fuselage. There were holes in the concrete discovered several feet away which were caused by this accident. Today this 767 is used as scrapyard and will never fly out of LAX again on its own in one piece.
Bjoern Schmitt - World-of-aviation
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Photo ID: 1059747
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, June 2, 2006
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) 12:30:22. The day is hazy and hot. I was taking photos to the Air New Zealand's 747-400 ZK-SUJ, when in the background I saw a big explosion in the engine number 1. It was the American's 767 N330AA. At the time of the explosion, the aircraft engines were running while the plane was parked near to the AA hangar. [Canon 20D + Sigma 50-500]
Gustavo Bertran - Iberian Spotters
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Photo ID: 0762025
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American Airlines
Boeing 757-223
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, December 15, 2004
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N695AN / 5DN (cn 26975/621) Ouch!!, this nose on collision with a bird could have turned out a lot worse, the flight landed without incident while all MIA crash rescue apparatus waited on R-9.
Joe Cavallo
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Photo ID: 0355396
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American Airlines
Boeing 757-223
Santa Ana - John Wayne / Orange County (SNA / KSNA)
USA - California, May 20, 2003
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N692AA (cn 26972/578) In this close up look at the damage sustained, minor damage can be seen on the rightside of the leading edge of the engine housing, the inboard leading edge slat and the fuselage. This was an incident that could have been disastrous but fortunately was not.
Michael Carter
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Photo ID: 1503411
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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: 0092008
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Continental Airlines
McDonnell Douglas MD-81 (DC-9-81)
Newark - Liberty International (EWR / KEWR)
USA - New Jersey, June 14, 2000
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N16884 (cn 48074/1026) It is said that the aircraft's engines were accidentally started at gate 115... brakes not set ... Declared damaged beyond economical repair.
Juan C. Silva
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