Airplane сrashes, failed takeoff aircraft and crosswind landings, video collection 2016 -=HD=-
Here is a selection of videos from the crash aircraft, with the unfortunate ups and landings aircraft a crosswind. Video collection 2016, aircraft carrier
Crash planes often arise because of the crosswind landings.
Airplane сrashes often arise because of unsuccessful takeoffs and landings. Aircraft carrier.
Airplane сrashes, video collection 2016:
0:01 – The collapse of the cargo plane Boenga 747
0:35 – Landing in a crosswind
0:58 – Landing Su-27 without landing gear
1:20 – Unsuccessful landing on an aircraft carrier
1:35 – The collapse of the fighter Su-27 (stole)
2:32 – The collapse of the water plane
3:12 – A test plane crash
3:35 – The plane crashed into the woods
3:56 – The collapse of a military cargo plane
4:57 – Crash harer fighter
5:25 – The crash of Tu-154
6:19 – The collapse of the water plane
7:06 – The crash of a small plane on takeoff
8:04 – The collapse of the water plane
8:17 – The collapse of the cargo plane
8:58 – Landing aircraft crosswind
9:19 – Failed landing on passenger aircraft water
9:37 – Landing aircraft crosswind
There are several different types of emergency landings for powered aircraft: planned landing or unplanned landing
Forced landing – the aircraft is forced to make a landing due to technical problems. Landing as soon as possible is a priority, no matter where, since a major system failure has occurred or is imminent. It is caused by the failure of or damage to vital systems such as engines, hydraulics, or landing gear, and so a landing must be attempted where a runway is needed but none is available. The pilot is essentially trying to get the aircraft on the ground in a way which minimizes the possibility of injury or death to the people aboard. This means that the forced landing may even occur when the aircraft is still flyable, in order to prevent a crash or ditching situation. Aircraft carrier.
Precautionary landing may result from a planned landing at a location about which information is limited, from unanticipated changes during the flight, or from abnormal or even emergency situations. This may be as a result of problems with the aircraft, or a medical or police emergency. The sooner a pilot locates and inspects a potential landing site, the less the chance of additional limitations being imposed by worsening aircraft conditions, deteriorating weather, or other factors.
Ditching is the same as a forced landing, only on water. After the disabled aircraft makes contact with the surface of the water, the aircraft will most likely sink if it is not designed to float, although it may float for hours, depending on damage.
Debris left on Runway 22, Rostov-on-don Airport of Flydubai Flight 981
January 8 – West Air Sweden Flight 294, a Bombardier CRJ200 cargo freighter, crashes while in cruise near Akkajaure in Sweden. Both crew members on board are killed.
February 2 – Daallo Airlines Flight 159, an Airbus A321, suffers an explosion shortly after taking off from Aden Adde International Airport, Somalia. Two people are injured and one, the suspected suicide bomber, is killed after falling from the aircraft.
February 24 – Tara Air Flight 193, a Viking Air-built DHC-6 Twin Otter, flies into a storm and crashes into a mountain side at Dana, Myagdi district, Nepal killing all 23 on board.
February 26 – 2016 Air Kasthamandap crash, an Air Kasthamandap PAC 750XL crash lands, killing the two crew members and injuring nine passengers in Nepal.
March 19 – Flydubai Flight 981, a Boeing 737-800, crashes while landing at Rostov-on-Don, Russia, in poor weather. All 62 people on board are killed.
March 29 – EgyptAir Flight 181, an Airbus A320, is hijacked and forcefully diverted to Larnaca International Airport, Cyprus. All passengers and crew are released unharmed.
April 4 – Batik Air Flight 7703, a Boeing 737-800, collides with an ATR 42 on the runway at Halim Perdanakusma Airport in Jakarta. Both aircraft are substantially damaged.
April 13 – In the 2016 Sunbird Aviation crash, a Britten-Norman Islander crashes short of the runway while landing at Kiunga, Papua New Guinea. All 12 people on board are killed.