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विषय-प्रतिमा प्रश्न Amazing and heroic landings through history.

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1. June 12, 1972 (American Airlines Flight 96)
Captain Bryce McCormick landed the plane safely after the rear cargo door suddenly broke off. None of the passengers were injured.

2. June 24, 1982 (British Airways Flight)
Captain Roger Greaves avoided airplane crush after all four engines failure caused by volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Galunggung.

3. July 23, 1983 (Air Canada Flight 143)
Captain Bob Pearson an experienced glider pilot saved all 61 passengers on board by landing the plane after a refueling miscalculation causing the loss of all electronic power.

4. April 28, 1988 (Aloha Airlines Flight 243)

Pilot Robert Schornstheimer landed the plane in 13 minutes after explosive decompression tore off a large section of the roof. Clarabelle Lansing, a flight attendant was swept from her seat; other 90 passengers were not injured.

5. June 10, 1990 (British Airways Flight 5390)
Co-pilot Alastair Atchison landed a plane safely after badly-fitted windscreen panel failure. The captain Tim Lancaster was halfway out of the cockpit and could not physically control the plane.

6. January 17, 2008 (BA Flight 38)
Pilot John Coward managed to land a plane after a sudden engines failure caused by ice crystals in its fuel lines which, in its turn, caused a restriction in the flow of fuel.

7. January 15, 2009 (US Airways Flight 1549)

Captain Chesley Sullenberger III landed a plane safely on the Hudson River after a flock of Canada geese disabled the aircraft.

8. April 13, 2010 (Cathay Pacific Flight 780)
Pilots Malcom Waters and David Hayho landed a plane at almost twice higher the recommended speed after inability to change thrust.

9. November 4, 2010 (Qantas Flight )
Captain Richard Champion de Crespigny landed A380 plane after engine number 2 exploded, damaging a wing and causing a fuel tank fire. All 469 passengers on board were not even hurt.

10. The Flybe captain whose arm fell off
We finish on a slightly comical note. Landing in gusty conditions is a minor inconvenience for any pilot. It’s a major hassle when your prosthetic arm has just fallen off. This is precisely what happened to one Flybe captain in 2014. Shortly before touchdown, “his prosthetic limb became detached from the yoke clamp, depriving him of control of the aircraft,” said an Air Accidents Investigation Branch report.



Not mentioned above,don't know why...

अगस्ट 24, 2001
Air Transat Flight 236 was a transatlantic flight bound for Lisbon, Portugal, from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that lost all power while flying over the Atlantic Ocean on August 24, 2001. The Airbus A330 suffered a complete power loss due to a fuel leak caused by improper maintenance. Captain Robert Piché, 48, an experienced glider pilot, and First Officer Dirk de Jager, 28, flew the plane to a successful emergency landing in the Azores, saving all 306 people (293 passengers and 13 crew) on board. Most of the passengers on the flight were Canadians visiting Europe and Portuguese expatriates returning to visit family in Portugal. In about 19 minutes, Piché and De Jager flew their plane without power some 120 km (75 miles), further than any passenger jet in history. The previous record had also been set by Canadian pilots, during the infamous 1983 Gimli Glider incident


24 सक्छ, 1988
TACA Flight 110 was an international scheduled airline flight operated by TACA Airlines, traveling from Belize to New Orleans. On May 24, 1988, the Boeing 737-300 lost power in both engines but its pilots made a successful deadstick landing on a grass levee, with no one aboard sustaining more than minor injuries. The captain of the flight, Carlos Dardano of El Salvador, had lost one eye to crossfire on a small flight to El Salvador, which was undergoing a civil war at the time.

Source: The Aviators,Wikipedia

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2 वर्ष 4 महिना पहिले - 2 वर्ष 4 महिना पहिले #309 by Colonelwing

Not to make a big story out of this ,, Cpt Robert Piché from Ait-Transat I know him perso.
We are from the same study flying years. A real swell guy if you have to meet him in the future
while taking a flight on Air-Transat.

Yes ,, small world if you can say ... Aviation is a small world !


अगस्ट 24, 2001
Air Transat Flight 236 was a transatlantic flight bound for Lisbon, Portugal, from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that lost all power while flying over the Atlantic Ocean on August 24, 2001. The Airbus A330 suffered a complete power loss due to a fuel leak caused by improper maintenance. Captain Robert Piché, 48, an experienced glider pilot, and First Officer Dirk de Jager, 28, flew the plane to a successful emergency landing in the Azores, saving all 306 people (293 passengers and 13 crew) on board. Most of the passengers on the flight were Canadians visiting Europe and Portuguese expatriates returning to visit family in Portugal. In about 19 minutes, Piché and De Jager flew their plane without power some 120 km (75 miles), further than any passenger jet in history. The previous record had also been set by Canadian pilots, during the infamous 1983 Gimli Glider incident

Air Crash Investigation Flying On Empty Air Transat 236
This is from official evidence and cockpit recordings
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqXFwQ6dRh0


They also Produced a film of his life & flight AirTransat 236.
Enjoy de film on a real story base.


Piché Entre Ciel & Terre
Un film qui illustre la vie du commandant de bord du vol AirTransat 236, Robert piché.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPI1fJ3UunY

अन्तिम सम्पादन: 2 वर्ष 4 महिना पहिले Colonelwing.

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2 वर्ष 4 महिना पहिले #311 by Dariussssss

I will probably rename this topic into ''Amazing landings'' ,cause I have one more to add:

जनवरी 16, 2002
Garuda Indonesia Flight 421 was a scheduled domestic flight operated by Indonesian flag carrier Garuda Indonesia travelling about 625 km (388 mi) from Ampenan to Yogyakarta. On January 16, 2002, the flight encountered severe thunderstorm activity during approach to its destination, suffered flameout in both engines, and ditched in a shallow river, resulting in one fatality and several injuries. As the aircraft descended through the lower layer of clouds at approximately 8,000 ft (2,400 m), the pilots saw the Bengawan Solo River and decided to attempt to ditch in the river with the flaps and gear retracted. The ditch procedure was successful, leaving the aircraft settled down on its belly in the shallow water, with the fuselage, wings and control surfaces largely intact. There was no fire.

Colonelwing,if you see him again,tell him he's got a fan here. What he did, inspired me to forget what it means to give up . And yeah,indeed a small world.

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2 वर्ष 4 महिना पहिले - 2 वर्ष 4 महिना पहिले #313 by Colonelwing

I will David ,,,
Never give up or let your arms down ,, every problems or task as always a solution ,, remember that !

Your doing a good job here @ Rikoooo ,, Remember that !

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