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  • UAL840 blows tyre(s) on departing SYD

    UAL840 (SYD-LAX) 747-422 N182UA burst tyre(s) on departing Sydney Airport Runway 34L today at approx. 15:15 local (Approx 04:15 UTC) requiring the runway to be cleared which was unserviceable for a time. The aircraft circled off the coast while dumping fuel until able to return to SYD with a lighter fuel load for landing. Later confirmed by ATC as a 'couple of tryes' which could make for an interesting landing.

    UAL840.jpg

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    Chaos at SYD

    UAL840_4.jpg

    Landed safely back at SYD with 'in port' mains missing rubber and smoking;

    UAL840_5.jpg

    Incident reports;


    http://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=161566
    http://www.avherald.com/h?article=46a33f88&opt=0
    Last edited by fungus; 2013-10-22, 09:12. Reason: updated with incident reports
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    • in last days in news widely discussed the accident with two Boeing-747
      This news arised from this original report 2013054
      http://www.airproxboard.org.uk/docs/....09Reports.pdf

      who can suggest me the registration of these 747, or aircompanies?

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      • Originally posted by KBP View Post
        in last days in news widely discussed the accident with two Boeing-747
        This news arised from this original report 2013054
        http://www.airproxboard.org.uk/docs/....09Reports.pdf

        who can suggest me the registration of these 747, or aircompanies?
        Maybe you can keep an eye on the area next Sunday around 12:55Z. They will probably turn up again.

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        • good idea

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          • The two aircraft involved, British Airway registration G-BNLM and Lufthansa B-ABYC per Planefinder page.
            http://planefinder.net/about/news/tw...over-scotland/
            Brian

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            • thank you Brian!

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              • Crash: Tatarstan B735 at Kazan on Nov 17th 2013, crashed on landing

                A Tatarstan Boeing 737-500 on behalf of Ak Bars Aero, registration VQ-BBN performing flight U9-363/2B-363 from Moscow Domodedovo to Kazan (Russia) with 44 passengers and 6 crew, crashed on landing in Kazan at 19:25L (15:25Z). All occupants perished in the accident.

                http://avherald.com/h?article=46b9ecbc&opt=0

                Dozens Killed As Plane Crash Lands In Russia

                http://news.sky.com/story/1169909/do...ands-in-russia
                AMS Daily Fight Information: http://schiphol.dutchplanespotters.nl/

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                • in the news an ATC dispatcher said the pilots reported about "not landing configuration" just before a crash.
                  a passenger who have been flying on this plane the same day, said it landed coarsely

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                  • Boeing crash in Kazan city, Russia caught on camera.
                    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b12_1384773205
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                    • Boeing 747 Dreamlifter cargo plane that landed at the wrong airport

                      http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/n...rport/3661511/

                      The Pilot must have been "high"
                      www.ADS-B.ca

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                      • the pilots communicated with a wrong tower, ignored GPS maps, used a wrong landing procedure, so on. imagine what could be if some plain was on their real runway
                        Last edited by KBP; 2013-11-22, 13:39.

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                        • Originally posted by KBP View Post
                          the pilots communicated with a wrong tower, ignored GPS maps, used a wrong landing procedure, so on. imagime what could be if some plain was on their real runway
                          Here's the ATC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_YkurpYGbI

                          It's amazing.... how did this pilot ever get such a serious a job with Boeing ? They landed unauthorized and unknown to them at the wrong Airport ... this could have caused them to crash. There are only 4 of these Dreamlifters ever built, and the loss of one of them could have been a huge setback for the 787 program.

                          Incidents

                          On November 20th, 2013 at approximately 9:30 pm CST, a Dreamlifter with registration N780BA and operated by Atlas Air mistakenly landed at Colonel James Jabara Airport. The large cargo plane was scheduled to land at McConnell Air Force Base, nine miles south, to pick up some fuselage parts from Spirit Aerosystems for the assembly of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner in Seattle, Washington. The plane successfully took off at 1:15 pm CST on November 21 then landed at McConnell AFB 20 minutes later.
                          Last edited by 1090 MHz; 2013-11-22, 07:53.
                          www.ADS-B.ca

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                          • Originally posted by 1090 MHz View Post
                            Here's the ATC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_YkurpYGbI

                            It's amazing.... how did this pilot ever get such a serious a job with Boeing ? They landed unauthorized and unknown to them at the wrong Airport ... this could have caused them to crash. There are only 4 of these Dreamlifters ever built, and the loss of one of them could have been a huge setback for the 787 program.

                            Incidents

                            On November 20th, 2013 at approximately 9:30 pm CST, a Dreamlifter with registration N780BA and operated by Atlas Air mistakenly landed at Colonel James Jabara Airport. The large cargo plane was scheduled to land at McConnell Air Force Base, nine miles south, to pick up some fuselage parts from Spirit Aerosystems for the assembly of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner in Seattle, Washington. The plane successfully took off at 1:15 pm CST on November 21 then landed at McConnell AFB 20 minutes later.
                            Is that a 27mph flight ?

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                            • London Stanstead airport closed to inbound flights due to damaged ILS equipment and poor visibility for VFR

                              http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-25316976

                              says

                              "No flights are being allowed to land at Stansted Airport because the airport's landing equipment has been damaged.

                              Air accident investigators are investigating an "incident" at the airport earlier in which part of the instrument landing system was damaged by an inbound flight.

                              Due to the damage, and because of fog and poor visibility, no planes are being allowed to land at the airport.

                              The plane involved was a Gulfstream G550 jet, which landed safely."

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                              • Originally posted by peterhr View Post

                                The plane involved was a Gulfstream G550 jet, which landed safely."[/I]
                                There's a G5 Pilot looking for a new job!
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