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Another Indonesian prang. Bounced landing and gear collapse

Old 18th Jul 2017, 11:53
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Another Indonesian prang. Bounced landing and gear collapse

https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=196737


See FSINFO.org for impressive photo of 737-300 in the mud. 18/7/2017
Same old, same old in Indonesian aviation
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Same ole, same ole. Without the mischievious inciendary title.

Delta flight gets stuck in dirt, shutting down NC airport for hours | Fox News
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Same ole, same ole. Without the inflammatory title.

http://www.pprune.org/rumours-news/5...on-burgas.html
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Old 18th Jul 2017, 20:27
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Same ole, same ole

First In-service HondaJet Incident: Overrun at MDW

HondaJet N20UQ suffered the type's first incident logged into the FAA’s Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (ASIAS) system when it experienced a runway excursion on Wednesday afternoon at Chicago Midway Airport (MDW). The light jet was being operated under Part 135 using the callsign Rockstar 20. The pilot and five passengers were not injured during the mishap.

After dodging thunderstorms on the flight from Philadelphia International Airport, the pilot was unable to stop the aircraft on the asphalt surface of Midway’s 6,500-foot-long Runway 31C, which was wet at the time of the incident. The airplane left the hard surface at the departure end and made deep tracks in the wet grass to the left of the engineered material arrestor system (EMAS) pad at the end of the runway. It twisted further left and then stopped just before the airport fence. The EMAS was installed after a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 overran Runway 31C and broke through the fence, killing a child in a vehicle on the busy highway just on the other side of the airport property, in December 2005.
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Is this thread about an incident or about sticking a finger in each others' eyes?


The page in the link that was provided by the OP is blank as of the date / time of this reply.


Color this reader confused.
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Live ink to AVHerald: Accident: Tri-M.G B733 at Wamena on Jul 18th 2017, runway excursion on landing

Last year's 733 accident at same airport: Accident: Trigana B733 at Wamena on Sep 13th 2016, hard landing results in main gear collapse

Bush-flying with jets and C-130s - hot, high, shortish and isolated. But when you need to get the supplies in, not a lot of other options.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wamena_Airport

It's a whole lot easier to stay on the runway at sea level, in cooler air.

Isn't it? Accident: Eastern Air Lines B737 at New York on Oct 27th 2016, overran runway on landing long
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Accident: Tri-M.G B733 at Wamena on Jul 18th 2017, runway excursion on landing

Never mind. I see the previous poster beat me to the link.

Last edited by TriStar_drvr; 19th Jul 2017 at 00:57. Reason: Not reading the whole thread
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The thread title is too long. It could be: Another B733 gear colapse

List of occurrences, in less than 1 year
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Old 19th Jul 2017, 04:13
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The thread starter is obviously a racist Australian xenophobe.

The thread is in poor taste and should be shut down.
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