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- 11/07/2011, 11:21 #1
Dos de avherald
Estaba mirando ahora avherald y he visto dos casos que me han parecido curiosos:
Accident: United Airlines B752 at Los Angeles on May 31st 2011, nose wheel ran over foot of ground worker
By Simon Hradecky, created Friday, Jul 8th 2011 09:10Z, last updated Friday, Jul 8th 2011 09:11Z
A United Airlines Boeing 757-200, registration N526UA performing flight UA-840 from Los Angeles,CA to Chicago O'Hare,IL (USA) with 182 passengers and 8 crew, was being pushed back and turned to a nose out position in the alley next to gate 70A, when the tow bar's shear pins fractured in the turn. Maintenance personnel arrived to assist in removing the stuck tow bar, when the airplane unexpectedly moved forward and overran the tow bar with a nose wheel rolling over a worker's foot.
The NTSB rated the occurrence an accident reporting that the worker received a fractured heel bone (calcaneal fracture). An investigation is underway.
The aircraft reached Chicago with a delay of 3:25 hours as a result of the accident.
Incident: Pinnacle CRJ2 at Brainerd on Jul 4th 2011, deer strike
By Simon Hradecky, created Friday, Jul 8th 2011 10:03Z, last updated Friday, Jul 8th 2011 10:03Z
A Pinnacle Airlines Canadair CRJ-200 on behalf of Delta Airlines, flight 9E-3997 from Minneapolis,MN to Brainerd,MN (USA) with 18 passengers and 3 crew, was rolling out on Brainerd's runway slowing through about 100 knots when the aircraft struck two deer. No injuries occurred to the occupants of the aircraft, the two deer were killed.
The airline said the return flight the following morning had to be cancelled due to damage to the aircraft's landing gear doors and flaps.
FlightAware > Delta Air Lines (DL) #3997 > 04.07.2011 > KMSP-KBRD Flug-Tracker
Me ha hecho gracia la frase: No injuries occurred to the occupants of the aircraft, the two deer were killed.
Y esta de regalo, que no es un 330, pero es un 320:
Incident: Jetblue A320 near Fort Lauderdale on Jul 7th 2011, unreliable airspeed
By Simon Hradecky, created Thursday, Jul 7th 2011 22:01Z, last updated Thursday, Jul 7th 2011 22:34Z
A Jetblue Airbus A320-200, registration N510JB performing flight B6-18 from Fort Lauderdale,FL to New York JFK,NY (USA) with 119 people on board, was climbing through about FL240 out of Fort Lauderdale when the crew reported they had an unreliable airspeed on the captain's side, declared emergency requesting an immediate descent to 10,000 feet and radar vectors to West Palm Beach,FL. The aircraft landed safely on West Palm Beach's runway 28R about 30 minutes later.
Última edición por Luxor; 11/07/2011 a las 11:24
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