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Old Palair Crash Re-creation

Old 5th Mar 2021, 17:05
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Old Palair Crash Re-creation

Didn't see anything on PPRuNe about this accident quite a few years back, so I thought I would post it here as an example of what one can expect on liftoff if they leave contamination on a swept wing jet with no slats. You might see videos from Russia of jets getting airborne with contaminated wings, such as a famous A320 clip but planes like the Fokker handle much differently and are much more sensitive to wing contamination.

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Old 13th Mar 2021, 23:19
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Strange recreation, totally wrong in many regards.

I recall this accident very well indeed.

The aircraft took off from runway 34 at SKP (which btw only has one runway, not 2 like in the video). They lifted off about 2/3rds down the runway but experienced massive buffeting almost immediately. The impact site however is past the runway end in a field of crops still visible on Google Satellite pics.

Maybe have a look at the final report before generating videos which are not really accurate.

Final Report PMK301

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