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Old 8th Oct 2006, 11:53
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(And can a 747 land, and take off again, at Bournemouth? If so, that should have been an option)
I have found a video of a 747 takeing off from Bournemouth. (Quite impressive).

http://www.flightlevel350.com/Aircra...ideo-2164.html
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are you sure that's bournemouth,if it is he broke the noise abatement routeing.difficult to see the runway designator but from the trees in the background it looks like runway 26 departure(if it's bournemouth at all), he should have turned right afer 500' , not a screaming left turn.
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validity of the video can be crossed checked.

quote ...."

aircraft : Boeing 747-200

Airline : European Aviation

This was the first 747 passenger flight from Bournemouth Airport, UK. The destination was New York and the flight was operated by the airline European. Bournemouth has a short runway so this was an incredibly dramatic take off for the 747. Listen for a guy in the background saying "its not gunna make it!" just as it's reaching the end of the runway.


Bournemouth - (EGHH / BOH) Hurn International

November 18, 2002"
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Originally Posted by tribekey
difficult to see the runway designator but from the trees in the background it looks like runway 26 departure(if it's bournemouth at all), he should have turned right afer 500' , not a screaming left turn.
There is no displaced threshold on the near end of the runway so it is definitely a 08 departure (film shot from Matchams Lane) so the turn would be to the left towards Ringwood.
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Aviation videos

Hi-sorry if this has already been dicussed on here, but I was wondering if anybody knew any good suppliers or names of any decent cockpit/airplane documentary type films.

Ive seen an advert from ITVV for their VS classic 747 but its a bit pricey at Ģ21.99.
Does anybody know of any other similar films or sources I could buy from?
Ive looked on Amazon but I coudn't find anything.
Much appreciated,
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These may help?
http://www.pprune.org/forums/showthread.php?t=202124

http://www.pprune.org/forums/showthread.php?t=161919
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try this Google search .......

http://www.google.ie/search?hl=en&q=...t++videos&meta=
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Citation footage into lake

Forgive me if this is old news , but i dont know if any of you have seen this unbeleivable footage. Citation off the end of the runway and into a lake at Atlantic city after landing downwind, pilot blames brake failure!. Everyone gets out, just in time for one of the engines to spool up again and it goes off on a trip round the lake!. am i the only one who has never seen this??

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V06LBgfuxgA&eurl=
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http://www.pprune.org/forums/showthread.php?t=248267
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am i the only one who has never seen this??
- possibly!
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.... no, I've found another one!
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Tu-134 crash video

So you all want to see engine explosion, aborted takeoff after v1 and hyper-efficient fire service ? Check
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xX_yB3mKdUg&NR
Believed to be Tu-134A '05' of Russian Navy on 10jul06 at Simferopol-Gvardeyskoye AB, Ukraine.
6 crew + 14 pax (top staff of the Black Sea fleet). Only 3 pax slightly injured.
/ATDB
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Have to say I'm amazed anyone got out ......

but thankfully they all did ....

ASN has some details ....

http://aviation-safety.net/database/...0710-1&lang=en
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Hmmm...
Seems they got airborne, and then aborted?

Pretty much against the whole book isnīt it. Small wonder the went off the runway. Really lucky not having been killed all of them.

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Are there any known Vr cuts apart from this one on russian a/c that made it off the ground? Worrying that it must have been well below max tow and they had to abort in that fashion - just makes you thankful that Mr Boeing and Monsieur Airbus (the latter to a lesser extent, A340-200 hmm - no curvature of the earth comments now) provide more than enough power for the airframe!
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In 1998 this HS 748 lost the right engine (explosively) immediately after rotation at night and the Capt put it back down on the runway at STN with no injuries and the AAIB found it to be a "sensible" decision.

http://www.aaib.dft.gov.uk/sites/aai...pdf_502888.pdf
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It's strange because they were well into the rotation, but it just didn't seem to get off the ground.
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I would love to hear any comments on the CFR response. What a bunch of dingbats! It seems like their equipment is not working while the plane burns to a crisp. No need to get the recorders...I'm sure some "general" investigator knew the cause a few minutes later while talking to the media.

I'm really glad that no one was trapped or injured and unable to escape the wreckage. They would have surely burnt to a crisp. Just goes to show how quickly a plane can burn to a pile of smoldering molten metal.

On another note, I don't think I'll be flying on a russian jet anytime soon. I don't know if it the manufacturing/maintenance/training, but they crash more often than windows. How about that late abort? Not faulting the crew, maybe they felt the plane wouldn't fly. Is it me or does it look like the plane actually gets airborne and then touches down shortly after? I thought I saw tire smoke, then again it could be the wheels locking up in an attempt to stop the beast. Do those things have anti-lock brakes?? Yikes.
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Old 9th Nov 2006, 04:37
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It looks as though the captain may have thought about continuing the t/o, then finding a whole slew of reasons why it wouldn't be a good idea...then finding even more reasons why it wasn't stopping as expected.

Come to think of it, it really wasn't showing much gusto in the first place given the low pax load.
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Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems to me they took off with no flaps-slats?

In this case that's why the plane didn't get airborne after v1. It seems the pilot pulled, but despite the pitch up the airplane stayed on the ground.
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