Plane Crash Filmed From Cockpit
Plane Crash Filmed From Cockpit
Plane struggles to land in UK storm
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Incredible footage from inside a light aircraft as it crashes into trees close to the mountains of Idaho. Amazingly, all four on board survived!
Footage of an aircraft struggling to land in strong winds at Leeds Bradford airport on Sunday as Storm Clodagh hits the UK. Gusts of up to 70mph are expected around exposed coastal areas in the west on Sunday, with winds in inland areas reaching between 50-60mph, particularly in northern England.
French aircraft maker Airbus has come up with a new way to shave off turnaround time between flights — detachable cargo compartments. The U.S. patent designs released detail removable cabins, which could be swapped in and out of an aircraft to increase efficiency for boarding passengers. The concept would also allow planes to fly more frequently, with less time sitting and waiting on the ground.
In Antarctic locations such as Union Glacier, the runway is blue ice: dense, intensely blue glacier ice formed when snow falls onto glaciers, gets compacted and recrystallizes. This is generally a place for cargo and military jets. But commercial jets are making progress — and an Icelandic airline landed the first Boeing 757 on the blue ice runway at Union Glacier on Thursday. The airline said that the flight "was undertaken to prove the feasibility of landing commercial passenger airliners at Union Glacier." Antarctic Logistics & Expeditions, Icelandic Airlines and NAS Corporation Limited had been working toward the landing for seven months.
This dramatic footage was taken at Cork Airport in Ireland, as strong crosswinds from Storm Barney caused all sorts of problems for pilots. This CityJet flight from London was forced to abort its landing after touching down and performed a go-around procedure. Despite the drama, some skilled flying saw the plane land safely just a few minutes later. Credit: YouTube/AMF
Aviation enthusiast Jeremy recently captured this dramatic and bumpy landing at Birmingham Airport. The tumultuous approach, a result of extremely high-wind speeds, was filmed in Birmingham on November 18. According to a <a href="http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-birmingham-34854574" target="_blank">news report</a> wind speeds of up to 70mph ravaged Birmingham and the Black Country. Credit: YouTube/flugsnug
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