Cessna crash video

Sprint100

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His piloting needs to be admired. His descent looked very controlled....I guess he did what he was trained to do for that situation. BRAVO!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

UAL747400

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That is to bad having to put a plane into the ground like that, but I admire him getting it between the fields and stopped in a pretty small area.

Had he landed smooth he might have impacted something going fast and him and his passengers might not have survived.

Tom
 

chris6387

New Member
Yea, I saw this on the 5 o'clock news the other other night. Very scary, but good job by the pilot.
 

tonyw

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If anyone ever wondered why they teach you engine out procedures, well, know you know why.
 

aloft

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And it also shows the importance of keeping power in when landing larger airplanes; clearly the C-207 glides like a rock!
 

jtrain609

I'm a carnal, organic anagram.
This guy either knew exactly what he was doing or had no clue and got really lucky. Does it look like he came down in a full stall to anyone else? Not only that, but without the wings being level. Either the guy had that plane in the perfect position to put it down in a very short piece of ground, or he got really lucky. Reguardless, kudos for bringing the thing down without hurting anyone.

After ya fly R/C planes for a few years you start to notice things like that...


Cheers


John Herreshoff
 

tonyw

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Oh, you know that some dumb SOB who has never been in a cockpit will say, well, I think I could have landed that plane without any problems because I do it all the time in Flight Sim.
 

Joe

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Oh, you know that some dumb SOB who has never been in a cockpit will say, well, I think I could have landed that plane without any problems because I do it all the time in Flight Sim.

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Does a Cessna 207 shacke as bad as a 737-500? Need to brush up on my fisics..
 

Mahesh

New Member
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Oh, you know that some dumb SOB who has never been in a cockpit will say, well, I think I could have landed that plane without any problems because I do it all the time in Flight Sim.

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Does a Cessna 207 shacke as bad as a 737-500? Need to brush up on my fisics..

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LMAO

It shacks very much because it has a very short body and long wings. You really need to study your fisics!


Mahesh
 

pilot602

If specified, this will replace the title that
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How about brushing up on your spelling! P-H-Y-S-I-C-S; physics!

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It's a joke from the "entertaining thread on airliners.net" thread. In the thread on arilinesers the kiddies were spelling physics - fisics. Hence the play, pun, joke.
 

H46Bubba

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Ooohh!
I had to go over to airliners.net and read some of that crap. There are some really lame a$$ individuals over there.
 

MikeD

Administrator
Staff member
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Ooohh!
I had to go over to airliners.net and read some of that crap. There are some really lame a$$ individuals over there.


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C'mon now....those are your future FO peers there........
 

H46Bubba

Well-Known Member
The only F.O. they'll ever become is for a Virtual Airline for MSFS2004! They would go to a real interview and argue with the captain that does the sim and interview about how he's wrong about v speeds of the CRJ.
 

Jake

New Member
kudo's to the captain for keeping the shiny side up and steering clear of the baseball game.......we should all be as lucky
 
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