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Tyre blow out on take off.

Old 29th Aug 2016, 19:21
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Tyre blow out on take off.

Saw this on the news.
Good outcome! Well done to the crew.

ATS tyres usually take an hour to get to you when us trucked call them out! Soon be on your way. Lol

Plane makes emergency landing after tyre bursts on take off - BBC News
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Old 29th Aug 2016, 19:52
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Great confusing reporting again. Was it from AMS to MAN, or in fact MAN to AMS?
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Old 29th Aug 2016, 20:34
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One wheel...

One wheel on my wagon
And we're still rolling on
Those DHCs are meant to please
And I'm still singing this song.

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Old 29th Aug 2016, 21:16
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"We looked out of the window and could see the tyre of the plane had burst," he said.
"It hadn't gone back up into the undercarriage. We called over one of the cabin crew who couldn't believe it. She informed the captain who made an announcement"

At least he told the Cabin crew of a potential problem but I rather suspect that the gear having not been raised would suggest that the flight deck all ready knew what had happend.
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Old 29th Aug 2016, 23:14
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Originally Posted by Hotel Tango
Great confusing reporting again. Was it from AMS to MAN, or in fact MAN to AMS?
The reported flight number - BE1274 - is AMS-MAN.
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Old 30th Aug 2016, 01:28
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Only flat on the bottom... what about the other one? Flat as well?
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