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Uploaded on Jul 22, 2009
ABOUT THIS VIDEO
Aborted Landings and Go Arounds!
See what happens when airline pilots put your safety first. Enjoy this thrilling collection of clips.
Details for the reasons behind the aborts are shown below:
1) Air Canada Boeing 777-300ER Pilot aborts because a Continental Boeing 777-224ER wearing registration N74007 hadn't cleared the runway in time. The GE90-115B engines make a tremendous roar as they are spooled up.
2) QANTAS Airbus A380-800 Pilot aborts owing to a Cockpit Steering System Fault Message. A full length video showing the incident from start to finish is available by clicking the link below:
3) British Airways Boeing 747-400 (1st) Pilot aborts to avoid a dead fox becoming foreign object debris FOD in one or more of the four Rolls Royce RR RB211-524H engines.
4) British Airways Boeing 747-400 (2nd) The pilot of this plane also aborts because of the dead fox on runway 27L. This was the third plane to do so in succession.
5) PIA Boeing 777-300ER Pilot aborts because he comes in to quickly behind a BMI Airbus A319 which landed just a few moments beforehand. The BMI Airbus had no chance of clearing the runway in time before the PIA Boeing loomed in.
The fact is that every aborted landing and go around is made because of the potential disaster that could occur if the landing went ahead normally. There are a wide range of reasons why an aborted landing and go around is made but they are all done in the interest of safety.
Aircraft Registration: Too Many Aircraft Type: Too Many Manufacturer's Serial Number (MSN): Too Many