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Photo ID: 0926275
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JetBlue Airways
Airbus A320-232
Long Beach - Daugherty Field (LGB / KLGB)
USA - California, September 21, 2005
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N536JB (cn 1784) Del 05/24/2002 "Canyon Blue", tail livery "Squares" ex Airbus F-WWDS performs a low pass for the LGB tower for a nose gear inspection, and as you can see the nose gear is in a 90-degree position. Following the flyby, the aircraft spent the next 2 hours flying over the Pacific Ocean just off Long Beach burning fuel before diverting to LAX for an emergency landing, which happily was a succesful one without injuries.
Michael Carter
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Photo ID: 0926274
Views: 846255
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JetBlue Airways
Airbus A320-232
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, September 21, 2005
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N536JB (cn 1784) JetBlue 292 BUR-JFK makes its emergency landing at LAX. The front gear was turned perpendicular to the runway causing the sparks and smoke.
Andrew Marino
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Photo ID: 1654431
Views: 7400
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American Airlines
Douglas DST-217A (DC-3)
Off-Airport - Saline area
USA - Michigan, December 24, 1944
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NC21752 (cn 2165) Following a mid-air collision with Taylorcraft BL-65 NC24403, AA21 crash landed wheels up in a farm field 7 mi NE of Saline. Here he aircraft has been lifted so the main gears can be dropped. This aircraft is still registered today as N139D. It is in storage at Sonoma Valley airport in Schellville, CA.
Steve E. Jacobson
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Photo ID: 1654429
Views: 5106
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American Airlines
Douglas DST-217A (DC-3)
Off-Airport - Saline area
USA - Michigan, December 24, 1944
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NC21752 (cn 2165) Following a midair collision with Taylorcraft BL-65 NC24403, AA21 crash landed wheels up in a farm field 7 mi NE of Saline. The aircraft was lifted up and the main gears secured. The wings were removed and here you see the aircraft being towed away. Flagship San Antonio was repaired and returned to service and is still registered today as N139D
Steve E. Jacobson
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Photo ID: 1654422
Views: 7707
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American Airlines
Douglas DST-217A (DC-3)
Off-Airport - Saline area
USA - Michigan, December 24, 1944
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NC21752 (cn 2165) AA21 was enroute EWR-MDW when it collided with Taylorcraft BL-65 NC24403. The BL-65 had run out of fuel and its occupants had parachuted out. AA21 was struck in the left wing and banked sharply to the left, the crew managed to level the wings by adding full power to right engine and landed wheels up in a farm field 7 mi NE of Saline. The aircraft was repaired and returned to service. It is still registered today as N139D.
Steve E. Jacobson
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Photo ID: 1861988
Views: 76474
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / FRF / EDDF)
Germany, August 16, 1987
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N332AA (cn 22331/168) 10 minutes after take-off this 767 returned due to an engine fire on the right engine. During final moments prior to touchdown flames were clearly visible. As soon as the plane stood still fire brigade put the aircraft under a blanket of foam. A catch in a lifetime. Scan from photo. Special thanks to Gary for help with editing.
Joop Stroes - Global Aviation Photography
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Photo ID: 1331960
Views: 94943
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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: 1059747
Views: 524894
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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: 1059746
Views: 153667
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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) 12:33:14. Explosion and fire at LAX airport. Firemen extinguished the fire in only two minutes and with nobody injured. [Canon 20D + Canon 50-500]
Gustavo Bertran - Iberian Spotters
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Photo ID: 1563878
Views: 47368
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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: 1288282
Views: 88250
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, October 2007
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) The left engine exploded during a test run. Really sad to see her still sitting in LAX.
Allen Yao
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Photo ID: 1068806
Views: 188441
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, June 15, 2006
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) Parked inside a hangar at LAX following a spectacular engine failure and fire while conducting an engine test on June 2, 2006. Look at the flap just to the left of the engine mount and you can see how warped the flap became from the extreme heat. Funny though, the aircraft rests on brand new tires.
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Photo ID: 1088596
Views: 98454
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, July 2006
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) N330AA looking a little cleaner after a scrub-down. But the charred remains can still be seen under the wing. The most impressive part of the wreckage to me was the buzzsaw cut where a piece of one of the turbine disk 'departed' the engine and sliced through and impacted the other engine. Next Stop for this handicapped bird: Mojave, CA!
Adam Wright
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Photo ID: 0355397
Views: 33204
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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) ALWAYS set the brake and chalk the tires!!!!! A lesson that was not followed as we can see in these photos. The aircraft had just pushed from the gate and was preparing to taxi for departure, when the airport fire/crash engine lost its brakes and rolled into the American aircraft, no injuries were reported.
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Photo ID: 0355396
Views: 32820
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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.
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Photo ID: 0168776
Views: 21732
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American Airlines
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
Dallas / Fort Worth - International (DFW / KDFW)
USA - Texas, April 14, 1993
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N139AA (cn 46711/105) Not the clearest photo, but here's the American DC-10 that drifted off the runway and suffered a nose and left main gear collapse. I shot this out the window of another AA DC-10, arriving DFW from LAX.
Alan Radecki
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Photo ID: 0014103
Views: 28540
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American Airlines
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
Dallas / Fort Worth - International (DFW / KDFW)
USA - Texas, May 21, 1988
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N136AA (cn 47846/69) Ex ZK-NZL. During takeoff roll, a light in the cockpit indicated the flaps and slats were not in the proper position for takeoff. The pilot tried to stop the aircraft but ended up off the end of the runway and the nosegear collapsed. Only minor injuries reported during evacuation. N136AA was later used for parts.
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Photo ID: 0211596
Views: 22740
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American Airlines
Boeing 727-223/Adv
Chicago - O'Hare International (ORD / KORD)
USA - Illinois, June 1998
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N845AA (cn 20986/1125) This 72 landed short of the rwy and she was definitely a writeoff. Looks like the gear ripped off and there's major frontal wing damage.
Joe Pries - ATR Team
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Photo ID: 0201691
Views: 31931
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American Airlines
Airbus A300B4-605R
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, November 12, 2001
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N14053 (cn 420) Here's another view of flight 587's engine. If you look in the center of the photo, you'll see how the GE CF6-80C2A5 just missed the house and small boat. However, the damage was far from minimal.
Michael F. McLaughlin
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Photo ID: 0201689
Views: 28039
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American Airlines
Airbus A300B4-605R
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, November 12, 2001
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N14053 (cn 420) Here's a wider angle, giving you a better view of the engine impact area and the damage to the rear of the home.
Michael F. McLaughlin
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Photo ID: 0201692
Views: 68038
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American Airlines
Airbus A300B4-605R
Off-Airport - New York
USA - New York, November 12, 2001
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N14053 (cn 420) American flight 587, an Airbus A300 crashed shortly after take-off into several houses in the Rockaways. Shown here is one of the engines that fell off the aircraft and landed away from the main impact site. As I approached the house, the rear was totally engulfed in flames. You can cleary see the damage caused by the blazing fire.
Michael F. McLaughlin
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Photo ID: 0201690
Views: 28584
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American Airlines
Airbus A300B4-605R
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, November 12, 2001
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N14053 (cn 420) The engine rests against the small garage it fell upon while firefighters contain the fire caused by it's impact.
Michael F. McLaughlin
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Photo ID: 0201688
Views: 24756
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American Airlines
Airbus A300B4-605R
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, November 12, 2001
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N14053 (cn 420) Not 100% sure what part this is but I would guess it's the left wing-tip fence (winglet) of the A300. It rests on the street a few blocks from the main impact site. Another smaller part was on the other side of the street in someone's driveway
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Photo ID: 0122845
Views: 19785
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American Airlines
Airbus A300B4-605R
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, November 20, 2000
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N14056 (cn 463) This aircraft experienced mechanical problems, returned from flight, and a flight attendant was killed when the forward left door was opened and he was blown out onto the ramp by escaping pressurized air.
Allan Rossmore
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Photo ID: 0762025
Views: 25375
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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: 0149075
Views: 4422
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American Airlines
Fokker 100 (F-28-0100)
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, February 24, 2001
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N14*** Being escorted to the gate. The flight was on the STL-LGA route but was diverted to JFK due to hydraulic problems. The F100 could not steer on its own and had to be towed off the runway.
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Photo ID: 0992909
Views: 28999
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American Airlines
McDonnell Douglas MD-83 (DC-9-83)
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, December 9, 2005
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N9616G / 4XC (cn 53563/2196) The left main outboard wheel locked up as the aircraft was braking on RY28R and the tire blew up. SFIA Fire Rescue responded to check out the aircraft. Aside from the really loud BOOM when the tire blew it was not a big deal.
Keith Wahamaki
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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.
Sunbird Photos by Don Boyd
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Photo ID: 1013589
Views: 13388
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Continental Connection (Gulfstream International Airlines)
Beech 1900D
Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International (FLL / KFLL)
USA - Florida, December 23, 2005
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N53545 (cn UE-185) She caused a bit of excitement and delay at FLL today. Her nose gear didnt extend and she came to a nose landing on 09L on one of the busiest days of flight. This closed down the main FLL runway. Here she is being taken to hangar with escort. It appears she saved her props and engines even those she ended up flat on her nose. 15 passengers/crew were fine.
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Photo ID: 1059742
Views: 44430
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Continental Connection (Gulfstream International Airlines)
Beech 1900D
Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International (FLL / KFLL)
USA - Florida, May 21, 2006
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N69549 (cn UE-194) Flight 9137 from Andros Town Bahamas, Gear collapsed on the runway 9L-27R - all passengers on board are OK (Sorry for the quality).
Jason Miller
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Photo ID: 0092008
Views: 84345
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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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Photo ID: 0086018
Views: 112438
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Continental Airlines
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, March 1, 1978
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N68045 (cn 46904/44) Continental Airlines flight 603 to Honolulu. Aborted takeoff due to loss of three tyres on left main gear (2 k).
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Photo ID: 0199737
Views: 17964
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Continental Airlines
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, March 1978
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N68045 (cn 46904/44) A cloudy day at LAX as 2 gigantic cranes attempt to lift the aircraft off the ground. 8 months later the tarmac next to the runway still had the outline of the collapsed landing gear that was made as the plane plowed to a stop.
Thomas Luce
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Photo ID: 0199736
Views: 14816
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Continental Airlines
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, March 1978
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N68045 (cn 46904/44) A cloudy day at LAX as 2 gigantic cranes attempt to lift the aircraft off the ground. 8 months later the tarmac next to the runway still had the outline of the collapsed landing gear that was made as the plane plowed to a stop.
Thomas Luce
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Photo ID: 0122511
Views: 74581
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Continental Airlines
Boeing 737-724
San Jose - Norman Y. Mineta International (Municipal) (SJC / KSJC)
USA - California, March 2000
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N***** Pilot started to taxi before the all clear was given from the ground crew, acually dragged the tractor 28 feet, no injuries.
Christopher
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Photo ID: 0030338
Views: 19579
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Continental Airlines Lite
Boeing 737-2C0
Houston - George Bush Intercontinental (IAH / KIAH)
USA - Texas, November 26, 1994
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N11244 (cn 20073/142) Collision at IAH. Passengers onboard one (N14336) - maintenance personnel taxiing the other (N11244)
Steve Hermann
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Photo ID: 0108498
Views: 28092
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Continental Airlines
McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (DC-9-82)
New York - La Guardia (LGA / KLGA)
USA - New York, March 1994
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N18835 (cn 49439/1318) Flt. 795 (Lga-Den) skidded off RY 13 when pilots aborted takeoff due to inefficient speed. The investigation revealed the the aircraft was actually at V1 at the time of the abort. The Pitot heat had not been turned on by the pilots which allowed ice to build up in the pitot tubes and cause erroneous speed readings
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Photo ID: 0108499
Views: 15449
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McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (DC-9-82)
New York - La Guardia (LGA / KLGA)
USA - New York, March 1994
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N18835 (cn 49439/1318) Flt. 795 (Lga-Den) skidded off RY 13 when pilots aborted takeoff due to inefficient speed. The investigation revealed the the aircraft was actually at V1 at the time of the abort. The Pitot heat had not been turned on by the pilots which allowed ice to build up in the pitot tubes and cause erroneous speed readings
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Photo ID: 0108495
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McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (DC-9-82)
New York - La Guardia (LGA / KLGA)
USA - New York, March 1994
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N18835 (cn 49439/1318) Recovery teams did a great job saving this aircraft. It was back in service 3 months later
Peter Polakos
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Photo ID: 0211697
Views: 49277
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McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, 1998
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N68065 (cn 46590/266) With all passengers off and the tail engine fire extinguished,investigations begin to find exactly how this happened
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Photo ID: 0049461
Views: 11390
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McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32
Houston - George Bush Intercontinental (IAH / KIAH)
USA - Texas, February 19, 1996
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N10556 (cn 47423/581) Aircraft landed wheels up after pilots didn't follow checklist procedures correctly and didn't notice that the gear wasn't extended.
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Photo ID: 0639854
Views: 267397
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Boeing 737-524
Newark - Liberty International (EWR / KEWR)
USA - New Jersey, August 5, 2004
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N46625 (cn 27529/2683) A dull afternoon at work is livened up with a corporate barbecue. Captains log to maintenance: engine 1 running hot, please check. Joking aside, you can be sure the pros at Co will only allow this aircraft back into service once its fully repaired.
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Photo ID: 0349056
Views: 11996
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Boeing 757-224
Glasgow - International (Abbotsinch) (GLA / EGPF)
UK - Scotland, May 26, 2001
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N19117 (cn 27559/706) This COA 757 returned to Glasgow on a full emergency with a presurisation problem and this was it parked on Stand again. Engineers at Glasgow are very strong and here you can see one lift up a whole engine while the other kneels on his prayer mat.
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Photo ID: 0366968
Views: 18706
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Boeing 737-3T0
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, September 2002
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N69351 (cn 23589/1466) Birds are a problem at JFK, evident here on a CO 737 that received a birdstrike causing some damage.
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Photo ID: 0087184
Views: 12444
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Boeing 737-...
Minneapolis / St. Paul - International / Wold-Chamberlain Field (MSP / KMSP)
USA - Minnesota, 1998
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The end result of a cracked main landing gear axle,the No.4 main wheel assembly broke off on landing.You can see the sheared axle with the antiskid transducer wires hanging out of it.
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Photo ID: 1482435
Views: 66988
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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.
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Photo ID: 1042389
Views: 21873
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Boeing 767-332/ER
Hamburg (- Fuhlsbuttel) (HAM / EDDH)
Germany, September 17, 1995
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N172DN (cn 24775/312) Recovery action after the right main gear failed whilst turning on rwy 33 for departure.
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Photo ID: 0015200
Views: 28527
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McDonnell Douglas MD-88
New York - La Guardia (LGA / KLGA)
USA - New York, October 1996
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N914DL (cn 49545/1444) was landing on runway 13 and hit approach lights on final and skidded and turned 180 degrees on ruwnay
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Photo ID: 1930442
Views: 43373
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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: 0217136
Views: 24219
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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. Severe damage has been caused to the port engine due to debris and the port wing is also drenched in mud
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Photo ID: 0217135
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McDonnell Douglas MD-11
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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
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Photo ID: 1503411
Views: 229368
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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.
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Photo ID: 1542458
Views: 47251
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Canadair CL-600-2B19 Regional Jet CRJ-200ER
Atlanta - Hartsfield-Jackson Int (The William B Hartsfield / Municipal / Candler Field) (ATL / KATL)
USA - Georgia, June 11, 2009
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N857AS (cn 7411) Just minutes after landing on 27R with the left main gear only partially extended. The passengers are being escorted to a bus. Picture taken from the specially opened aft pax door of the 767 I was on.
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Photo ID: 0351420
Views: 61100
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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
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Photo ID: 0349317
Views: 35712
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McDonnell Douglas MD-88
New York - La Guardia (LGA / KLGA)
USA - New York, October 1996
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N914DL (cn 49545/1444) Certainly not a smooth landing on this one. Aircraft has since been repaired and back in service.
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Photo ID: 0409700
Views: 20110
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Boeing 777-232/ER
Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / FRF / EDDF)
Germany, August 2, 2003
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N864DA (cn 29736/249) Just landed on runway 25L... It originally left Frankfurt two hours earlier and encountered some hydaulic problems. They dumped around 50 tons of fuel before returning to the airport. You can see all the gear doors open and a slight plume of smoke coming from the right main gear. The brakes were screeching... [Canon D30]
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Photo ID: 0531278
Views: 8481
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Delta Connection (ASA - Atlantic Southeast Airlines)
Canadair CL-600-2C10 Regional Jet CRJ-701ER
Santa Ana - John Wayne / Orange County (SNA / KSNA)
USA - California, March 8, 2004
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N723EV (cn 10132) Del 01/23/2004, the aircraft is seen on Rwy 1L surrounded by the Orange County Fire Department as it made an emergency landing due to a nose gear problem, for some reason the passengers and crew evacuated the aircraft on the runway closing the airport for approximately 40 minutes during the morning rush of flights.
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Photo ID: 0075087
Views: 6107
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McDonnell Douglas DC-9-31
Nashville - International (Metropolitan) (BNA / KBNA)
USA - Tennessee, March 2000
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N993Z (cn 47082/181) Sits alone on the ramp, logos painted over at BNA after a landing accident Sept 8, 1999.The LH main landing gear departed the aircraft on landing damaging the LH slats, flaps, wing, engine and placing a large hole in the fuselage
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Photo ID: 0313641
Views: 59514
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Trans World Airlines - TWA
Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, August 2, 1992
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N11002 (cn 193B-1014) This photo was taken after the aircraft remains were moved to the hangar ramp. Not one fatality. Note the size of the semi tractor trailer under the fuselage...
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Photo ID: 0072829
Views: 28148
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Trans World Airlines - TWA
Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, August 1993
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N11002 (cn 193B-1014) The remains of N11002, w/o 30JUL92 - malfunction on takeoff lead to runway overrun & fire - no casualties (292 on board).
Joe Pries - ATR Team
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Photo ID: 0229320
Views: 16984
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Boeing 717-231
St. Louis - Lambert-St. Louis International (STL / KSTL)
USA - Missouri, April 6, 2002
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N418TW / 2418 (cn 55085/5055) Rolling to a stop on runway 12R after hydraulic system failure, gear doors dragging, and no thrust reverse due to the failure...
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Photo ID: 0130986
Views: 18688
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Trans World Airlines - TWA
Boeing 747-131
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, December 1994
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N53116 (cn 20321/102) This A/C landed on RYW 31/R, and when it was taxiing to the terminal the left main landing gear partially collapsed - you can see the A/C leaning with the left engines almost touching the ground.
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Photo ID: 1208656
Views: 45525
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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.
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Photo ID: 1031320
Views: 16380
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Canadair CL-600-2B19 Regional Jet CRJ-200
Tulsa - International (Municipal) (TUL / KTUL)
USA - Oklahoma, April 2, 2006
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N801AY (cn 8001) On 3/31/06 a brief F1 tornado touchdown over TUL. The winds from the storm caused ground service equipment to ram into the nose cone of the plane. The strong winds also caused the CRJ to shift from its position causing the damage to the nose gear strut.
Ralph Duenas - Jetwash Images
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Photo ID: 0928640
Views: 116758
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Boeing 747-251B
Tamuning (Agana) - Antonio B. Won Pat International (GUM / PGUM)
Guam, August 19, 2005
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N627US / 6627 (cn 21709/412) On approach to 6L, N627US crash landed, collapsing the nose gear and causing the aircraft to skid to the end of the runway. Two minor injuries reported.
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Photo ID: 0841968
Views: 199070
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Airbus A319-114
Minneapolis / St. Paul - International / Wold-Chamberlain Field (MSP / KMSP)
USA - Minnesota, May 10, 2005
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N368NB (cn 2039) NWA collision on the ground. The DC9 (N763NC) had a hydraulic failure and lost all nose wheel turning capabilities. This is the end result. Only one minor injury.
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Photo ID: 0850603
Views: 85685
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McDonnell Douglas DC-9-51
Minneapolis / St. Paul - International / Wold-Chamberlain Field (MSP / KMSP)
USA - Minnesota, May 22, 2005
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N763NC / 9854 (cn 47716/832) Retiring soon? Engineless and stagnant these planes are standing here for a while. N763NC on the left lost control and collided with an Airbus A319 spilling fuel into the cockpit and opening the cabin roof. Five days before that, a fuel truck collided into the nose of N960N on the right.
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Photo ID: 0879638
Views: 47432
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McDonnell Douglas DC-9-31
Minneapolis / St. Paul - International / Wold-Chamberlain Field (MSP / KMSP)
USA - Minnesota, July 5, 2005
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N960N / 9910 (cn 47256/326) N763NC (hit an A319 at MSP), which used to be parked adjacent to this plane, has since been moved to a hangar to be stripped out. This plane, which was hit by a fuel truck, awaits a similar fate.
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Photo ID: 0151198
Views: 47238
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Douglas DC-9-14
Detroit - Willow Run (YIP / KYIP)
USA - Michigan, 1996
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N3313L (cn 45708/77) Collided with company B727 (N278US) in dense fog at DTW on December 3, 1990. The B727 was on its takeoff roll and the DC9 had just taxied onto the active runway. The B727 was substantially damaged and the DC9 was destroyed by fire (12 k). This aircraft was towed to YIP, stored, and when I caught it, was being broken up. Look at the gash under the flight deck where the 727's wing ripped into it.
Tobias lutterodt
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Photo ID: 0107714
Views: 21035
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Douglas DC-9-14
Maxton - Laurinburg / Maxton (MXE / MEB)
USA - North Carolina, August 13, 2000
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N3313L (cn 45708/77) Cockpit of the Northwest Airlines DC-9 that was struck by a company 727 at Detroit on December 3, 1990 (8 k). You can see in this picture where the wing of the 727 impacted the DC-9 and tore through the fuselage.
Chris Coduto
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Photo ID: 0030316
Views: 75042
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Northwest Orient Airlines
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-40
London - Gatwick (LGW / EGKK)
UK - England, October 14, 1987
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N161US (cn 46770/175) - venting fuel, after starboard engine failure after take-off, prior to emergency landing. It was fully fuelled for flight to Minneapolis-St.Paul.
Tony Rogers
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Photo ID: 0221877
Views: 89113
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Airbus A320-211
Las Vegas - McCarran International (LAS / KLAS)
USA - Nevada, February 7, 2002
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N305US (cn 041) Mechanic set parking brake but did not hold, resulting in roll back off of Remain Over Night pad.
Dan Meyers
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Photo ID: 0518248
Views: 89746
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Boeing 727-251/Adv
Tampa - International (TPA / KTPA)
USA - Florida, January 4, 1990
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N280US (cn 21159/1179) This is what can happen when foreign material is ingested into a engine. NW005 MIA-MSP was forced to land in TPA after losing an engine over Madison, FL. No injuries were reported. This photo was shown in the New York Times and USA Today. NTSB incorrectly quotes the reg as N2280 (which does not exist).
Brian Harrison
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Photo ID: 0270775
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Northwest Orient Airlines
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-40
Detroit - Metropolitan Wayne County (DTW / KDTW)
USA - Michigan, August 1979
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N157US (cn 46766/151) At the time of rotating for New York we experienced a major bird strike.Here our aircraft is parked on a side awaiting maintainance.Look at the front wing spoilers to see some results of the incidence! The left engine which suffered most unfortunately isn't visible...
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Photo ID: 0763996
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McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, January 22, 2005
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N233NW / 1233 (cn 46640/240) NW041 from MSP experienced a very rough touchdown on runway 27. A hydraulic problem forced it to do a high speed landing with minimal flaps. The smoke on touch down was massive. Some of the tyres have blown and the aircraft is seen here still sitting on the runway a few minutes after the incident, surrounded by fire trucks.
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Photo ID: 0313624
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Northwest Airlines
Boeing 757-251
New York - La Guardia (LGA / KLGA)
USA - New York, January 20, 2003
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N550NW (cn 26497/968) This is the plane that was hit by an NW A319. This picture was taken from the AA hangar. The A319 has a LOT more damage than the 757...I did see the A319 however the security guard would not let me take a picture of it.
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Photo ID: 1638253
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United Airlines
Airbus A319-131
Newark - Liberty International (EWR / KEWR)
USA - New Jersey, January 10, 2010
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N816UA / 4016 (cn 871) United 634 from ORD-EWR landed runway 4L with its right main gear stuck in the up position
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Photo ID: 1638252
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Airbus A319-131
Newark - Liberty International (EWR / KEWR)
USA - New Jersey, January 10, 2010
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N816UA / 4016 (cn 871) United 634 from ORD-EWR landed runway 4L with its right main gear stuck in the up position
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Photo ID: 0528145
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Beech 1900C-1
Quincy - Municipal / Baldwin Field (UIN / KUIN)
USA - Illinois, November 19, 1996
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N87GL (cn UC-87) United Express / Great Lakes Flight 5925/5926 took off from Chicago. As the Beechcraft was approaching Quincy, two aircraft were ready for departure. Beechcraft King Air 65-A90 (N1127D) and Piper Cherokee N7646J were taxiing to runway 04. United Express crew continued their approach to runway 13. The King Air however, had taxied onto the runway and had started it's take-off roll when the Beech 1900 touched down. A collision took place at the runway 04/13 intersection. Both aircraft skidded for 110ft (Kodak Slide Film)
Scroggins Aviation - Doug Scroggins
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Photo ID: 0528176
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United Express (Great Lakes Airlines)
Beech 1900C-1
Quincy - Municipal / Baldwin Field (UIN / KUIN)
USA - Illinois, November 19, 1996
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N87GL (cn UC-87) United Express / Great Lakes Flight 5925/5926 took off from Chicago. As the Beechcraft was approaching Quincy, two aircraft were ready for departure. Beechcraft King Air 65-A90 (N1127D) and Piper Cherokee N7646J were taxiing to runway 04. United Express crew continued their approach to runway 13. The King Air however, had taxied onto the runway and had started it's take-off roll when the Beech 1900 touched down. A collision took place at the runway 04/13 intersection. Both aircraft skidded for 110ft (Kodak Slide Film)
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Photo ID: 1060738
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Canadair CL-600-2B19 Regional Jet CRJ-200LR
Mosinee - Central Wisconsin (CWA / KCWA)
USA - Wisconsin, May 30, 2006
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N962SW (cn 7859) Soft field landing! This aircraft overshot Runway 35 approximately 500ft during a heavy downpour with a 10-knot tailwind. No one was injured and the car rental companies loaned cars to pick up all the passengers. No word yet if the restaurant will charge for parking.
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Photo ID: 1060737
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Canadair CL-600-2B19 Regional Jet CRJ-200LR
Mosinee - Central Wisconsin (CWA / KCWA)
USA - Wisconsin, May 30, 2006
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N962SW (cn 7859) Soft field landing! This aircraft overshot Runway 35 approximately 500ft during a heavy downpour with a 10-knot tailwind. No one was injured and the car rental companies loaned cars to pick up all the passengers. No word yet if the restaurant will charge for parking.
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Canadair CL-600-2B19 Regional Jet CRJ-200LR
Mosinee - Central Wisconsin (CWA / KCWA)
USA - Wisconsin, May 30, 2006
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N962SW (cn 7859) Soft field landing! This aircraft overshot Runway 35 approximately 500ft during a heavy downpour with a 10-knot tailwind. No one was injured and the car rental companies loaned cars to pick up all the passengers. No word yet if the restaurant will charge for parking.
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Photo ID: 2051669
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Embraer EMB-145LR (ERJ-145LR)
Ottawa - Macdonald-Cartier International / Uplands (YOW / CYOW / CUUP)
Canada - Ontario, June 17, 2010
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N847HK (cn 14500857) Couple years ago a E145 skid off RWY 07 due to intense rain. The next day they attempted to lift her up on a truck. Here I caught her in a moment where she looked like she was in mid-air but wasn't actually. [Fujifilm F70EXR]
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Embraer EMB-145LR (ERJ-145LR)
Ottawa - Macdonald-Cartier International / Uplands (YOW / CYOW / CUUP)
Canada - Ontario, September 4, 2011
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N840HK (cn 145341) According to media reports available at the time of uploading, this aircraft skid off runway 32 at approximately 1530LT upon arrival from Chicago. The aircraft subsequently began leaking fuel, but luckily hazardous materials crews quickly contained the spill. The number of souls on board was 47 (44 passengers and 3 crew), but thankfully none were seriously injured.
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