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Onboard footage from cabin of 767 gear-up landing and evacuation

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EmeraldRocket
Awesome job by entire crew. Cockpit and cabin.
preacher1
preacher1 0
Dang fine landing and a tough bird as well!!!
KDSM
Tim Swift 0
Great job landing that plane. Putting that liquid foam on runway was brilliant idea. All comercial planes should be build with a teflon type material on their bellies for emergencies.
preacher1
preacher1 0
That's what the foam is for and pretty much used standard. On most landings of that type, there is advnce warning for ground crews to get it down.
Tov440
Not sure teflon is a great idea, the plane would never stop!! How about velcro.
MANBOI
MANBOI 0
Airplanes are designed and built to fly, not crash.
ibock
Ian Bock 0
My understanding is that (in the U.S.), they don't put down the foam because of the difficulty of driving fire apparatus through it, and because of the increased stopping distance.
preacher1
preacher1 0
I think it is generally the discretion of the Fire chief or command on the ground
ibock
Ian Bock 0
I agree that it would be up to the IC, but it would seem to fall into the category of "why make an emergency worse". Being able to accurately, and reliably position fire/rescue apparatus would far outweigh any benefit of laying down foam on a runway which may not even contain the aircraft once stopped.
preacher1
preacher1 0
It would depend soley on the circumstance. All are different. IC normally is in contact with pilot and they will go from there. Normal laydown would be on the centerline from approximate touchdown point for length to be determined. Sole purpose is to hold down sparking and hopefully stop any ignition on leaking fuel. This was an excellent landing but if a wing or engibne rips off and fuel gushes, all the foam in the world ain't gonna help that much, except as you say, make a mess. Even after a good one like this, all that still had to be washed off after the plane got moved. If you will notice, most apparatus gets positioned around or just behind the estimated touchdown point and chases an aircraft down the runway, so as not to get it caught up in a crash if there is one.
stickman69
The Captain should have the final say on whether or not to have foam on the runway, NOT the IC. If it is MY airplane, it is MY emergency and I should have a say in what conditions I want to land in. Studies have shown that simply wetting the runway without without foam is better. Best to have the trucks ready with the foam after the plane stops.....for the record, I'm a 25 year ATP and a 25 year (concurrently) Firefighter/Paramedic based at CFR
ljlintner
AFFF is not going to stop a fire from occurring in the event of a crash. It is meant to (1) cool the fire and provide an escape path for passengers, and (2) put a barrier between the fuel that is hitting the ground and the ignition source.
flacos1
Teflon has such a low coefficient of friction that the aircraft would skid and overrun any average-sized runway. Then you would have a tangled mess once it came to an abrupt stop against trees, fences, etc. Aluminum works just fine.
fresnosmooth
(Lest anyone remember the Clark Griswold sledding incident)
jackets28
jackets28 0
That was amazing :)
toolguy105
toolguy105 0
Excellent emergency service on hand. Hats off to Warsaw airport emergency service, they really excelled on this one. Runway foamed, plenty of EMS providers on hand, fortunately not needed. Buses arrived minutes after evacuation. Hollywood could not have done this any better.

Great pilots, great ground services, great emergency services and plane built Boeing tuff. Makes for a Happy Ending. Gold Stars for everyone.
rednamoc23
THAT VIDEO K. PILOT AND EXPERTISE THAT TOOK THE VIDEO ARE THE HOPE CONGRATULATE THE GREETINGS FROM MEXICO VIEN
keithpeers
keith peers 0
Its nice to see it video.
lisejungebloedt
The pilots performed an extraordinary feat landing the 767 with its disabled landing gear! Heartfelt congratulations! The passengers deserve laudits for not panicking and remaining calm. As for the person who took the outstanding (yes! outstanding! even if someone objected to shaky images) video while under stress of the situation, thank you for having kept your head and filmed it. I am glad to hear that no one was hurt. All comments about small incidents that occurred are uncalled for.
flacos1
Teflon has such a low coefficient of friction that the aircraft would overrun any average runway and then you would have a tangled mess when it finally hit something (trees, fences, etc.) to stop. Aluminum works just fine.
fresnosmooth
(Images of Clark Griswold sledding in Christmas Vacation)
JACKIETOOLS
JACKIETOOLS 0
While it was interesting to see,the person could have used this time to be more alert for his safety and the safety of others
Biggles46
Ian Greig 0
Talking about stopping distances (Teflon vs Velcro!), is it possible or advisable to use reverse thrust in situations like this? It didn't look as if it was used in this instance.
stickman69
No, reverse thrust is only available when the gear is down and there is "weight on the wheels". This is a safety measure called a "squat switch" that prevents the reversers from activating while the plane is in the air. Good thought though,
Biggles46
Ian Greig 0
Thanks Mike I should have known that.
Was there not once an aircraft (DC 10 perhaps), that could engage reverse thrust on the center engine before touchdown?
jaytcsd
I did not see anyone exiting from the wing exits, but since his first view of the exterior of the jet is about 30 seconds after landing I suppose there could have been some pax using those, from the time he stood up until he hit the pavement was only 24 seconds. If he had been a couple of rows back his closest exit would have been over the wing, but heard mentality makes folks head forward.
If I'm ever in a non standard landing I hope my fellow pax will be as quick to react, and I hope the lady from USAir 1549 seat 9D isn't in front of me.
FlyAuburn
Couldn't even tell when it touched down. Amazing.

MANBOI
MANBOI 0
I don't like how the passenger with the camera kept filming and ran right by an old lady on the ground. There have been several of these incidents lately where the camera wielding passengers put the rest of the passengers in danger.

The rescue and fire vehicles have a hard time approaching the plane with passengers running in all directions and onto neighboring runway/taxiways. Thankfully there was no fire.
ExCalbr
I'll have to rewatch the video, but my impression was that the woman fell down behind the videographer. When the camera looked back for a second look someone had assisted the lady. It didn't particularly look like the cameraman was getting in the way (although his finger was, heheh -- probably because he was concentrating on more important things at the time).
keithpeers
keith peers 0
The paxs most have been in fear.
Decimal
Awesome landing, good job to the crew. Looks like they activated the engines extinguishers ?

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