Photo Album: "Accidents, aircraft that crashed, and strange stuff"

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Photo ID: 0108498
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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
Peter Polakos
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Photo ID: 0355616
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Alitalia
McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (DC-9-82)
Madrid - Barajas (MAD / LEMD)
Spain, May 12, 2003
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I-DAWR (cn 49208/1190) While serving flight AZ049 MAD-LIN, aborted take-off. After that, brakes temperature raised 400ºC and when aircraft reach the stand one wheel from the left main landing gear, blew up. Firemen service came to cold the brakes.
Jose Ramon Valero - Iberian Spotters
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Photo ID: 0561988
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Alitalia
McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (DC-9-82)
Trieste - Ronchi dei Legionari (Friuli Venezia Giulia / Pietro Savorgnan di Brazza) (TRS / LIPQ)
Italy, April 20, 2004
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I-DAWR (cn 49208/1190) While taxying on the apron, I-DAWR collided with a truck working in the nearby construction site. The right wing was severed on impact and the ARFF crew immediately dealt with the fuel spill. Some of the passenger reported minor injuries during the emergency evacuation. This aircraft will probably be written off.
Aircraftfire
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Photo ID: 0985018
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American Airlines
McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (DC-9-82)
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, December 6, 2005
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N70404 (cn 49315/1257) The pilots were unable to start the #1 engine. The aircraft was towed back into the gate and an A&P worked under the cowling for about 20 minutes. Then they pushed back and it started right up.
Keith Wahamaki
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Photo ID: 0561989
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Alitalia
McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (DC-9-82)
Trieste - Ronchi dei Legionari (Friuli Venezia Giulia / Pietro Savorgnan di Brazza) (TRS / LIPQ)
Italy, April 20, 2004
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I-DAWR (cn 49208/1190) While taxying on the apron, I-DAWR collided with a truck working in the nearby construction site. The right wing was severed on impact and the ARFF crew immediately dealt with the fuel spill. Some of the passenger reported minor injuries during the emergency evacuation. This aircraft will probably be written off.
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Photo ID: 0831094
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Luxair
Boeing 737-5C9
Luxembourg (- Findel) (LUX / ELLX)
Luxembourg, April 7, 2005
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LX-LGP (cn 26439/2444) Look carefully at this picture, a man is playing hockey on the middle of the runway, very near behind a 737 who´s lining-up Rwy 24. Seriously, i never saw this. The man is remowing a spare-part of an other plane who was on the runway. Dangerous work :-) Just amazing
Emmanuel Perez
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Photo ID: 0240040
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EgyptAir
Boeing 737-566
Off-Airport - Tunis
Tunisia, May 2002
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SU-GBI (cn 25307/2135) The aircraft crashed at Ennahli Park, about 6 km (3.8 mi) from the airport after a flight from Cairo. The aircraft was reportedly making a second approach for landing when it crashed into high ground during a period of reduced visibility due to fog and sandstorms. Three of the six crew members and 11 of the 56 passengers were killed.
Ihsen Mejri
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Photo ID: 0747900
Views: 61333
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Braathens
Boeing 737-505
Stavanger - Sola (SVG / ENZV)
Norway, December 29, 2004
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LN-BUC (cn 26304/2649) During engine test this 737 skidded off the slippery ice-covered hardstand and got stuck in wet grass/mud. As far as I know LN-BUC was back in the air the same day. Fuel being removed from right wing tank.
Anders Presterud
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Photo ID: 0639854
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Continental Airlines
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.
Mike Primamore
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Photo ID: 0940858
Views: 27675
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Finnair
Airbus A320-214
Helsinki - Vantaa (HEL / EFHK)
Finland, October 6, 2005
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OH-LXF (cn 1712) International flights terminal is on fire! no just kidding, firefighters are only training :) [Canon 350D]
Petri Poutanen
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Photo ID: 0985236
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Air Dolomiti (Alpi Eagles)
Fokker 100 (F-28-0100)
Barcelona (- El Prat) (BCN / LEBL)
Spain, December 5, 1999
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I-ALPL (cn 11250) Flight EN2708 VCN-BCN November 1999. Right wheel collapsed on landing. The a/c was carried in parts to Amsterdam to be repaired. At that time the aircraft was owned by Alpi Eagles and wet-leased to Air Dolomiti
Javier Rodriguez - Iberian Spotters
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Photo ID: 0072829
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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: 0618232
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Untitled (Luzair Transportes Aereos)
Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, July 6, 2004
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CS-TMR (cn 293B-1241) During the take-off run I heard three very loud bangs (compressor stall or surge) after which the take-off was aborted. When the plane stood still the left landing gear was smoking. A few moments later the right landing gear caught fire and then the emergency services arrived. [Nikon D70]
V.J. van Hemert
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Photo ID: 0618785
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Untitled (Luzair Transportes Aereos)
Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, July 6, 2004
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CS-TMR (cn 293B-1241) Close-up of the left main landing gear as the aircraft is being towed to the apron. Due to the impact of the rejected take-off all 8 tires suffered a blow-out.
Marcel Venema - DutchOps
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Photo ID: 0742518
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American International Airways - Kalitta
Lockheed L-1011-385-1-15 TriStar 200(F)
Panama City - Tocumen (General Omar Torrijos Herrera) (PTY / MPTO)
Panama, February 6, 1998
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N103CK (cn 193N-1212) Result of an aborted take off with full load from Panama in 1998. What really happened was that No.2 engine surged at take off. No.3 engine was EGT limited and could not handle a power increase. Therefore, the captain had to abort the take off. Fuse plugs blew in only 7 tires not 8 as has been reported (see pic). COPA maintenance assisted with the tire changes using inadequate 737 jacks. No.2 engine was changed and N103CK was flown back to Miami.
Jason Fowler
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Photo ID: 0958653
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Untitled
Lockheed L-1011-385-1-15 TriStar 200(F)
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, October 28, 2005
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N306GB (cn 193U-1138) This Tristar was actually being prepared for delivery to a customer when Hurricane Wilma ripped through Miami. The category 3 winds turned the Tristar completely around, damaging several pieces of ground equipment in the process. Note the damage to the number 1 engine. I have to wonder if it will ever fly again.
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Photo ID: 0313641
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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...
Bevin Shively
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Photo ID: 0144591
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American Trans Air - ATA
Lockheed L-1011-385-... TriStar ...
Honolulu - International / Pearl Harbor-Hickam JB (Hickam AFB) (HNL / HIK / PHNL / PHIK)
USA - Hawaii, January 15, 2001
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N1**AT After take off from Honolulu on a flight to S.F. the gear did not close. The crew had to dump fuel over the Pacific to be able to land. This happened twice in row!
Richard Zeman
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