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Video: B767 Makes Hard Landing

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This is what happens when a Boeing 767 encounters severe turbulence while landing, probably lots of wind shear. (www.wimp.com) 更多...

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jpreston1
great angle of the video too! Almost looks like it's hovering there before touchdown, until you can see the runway
andriy17
Was about to post this video here:) IMO pilot flying needs to get in a c150 on those good cross wind days and practice a few landings before destroying a 767! Too much left/right rudder movement before touchdown.....
preacher1
preacher1 4
Well, he didn't destroy it but that is more a testament to the strength of the 767 and the rubber than his flying. As far as the excess rudder movement, nervous as hell is probably a good descriptive statement. I'm kinda like Tim here below; How come that wing wasn't down and just set it instead of all that wiggling. Of course we'll talk big but we weren't there. That said, we have been there/done that in some form or fashion so we can talk.
bishops90
I saw this video somewhere else today and my first thought was "wonder what Wayne would say about THAT landing?"!
Pretty much what I thought you'd say. Thing took a beating! One of my clients builds landing gears (not sure if it's these or not), wanna show this to my guy there too!
andriy17
You are very experienced, do you think those tires need to be replaced ?

preacher1
preacher1 1
Technically, after a landing like that, gear and tires may both need an inspection. There are sensors that read inside to show the forces sustained and depending on what they were, they may be FAA required to inspect before another flight. Even if they were within limits, I'd probably want them replaced but you have to understand that the pilot would not see that video after a landing and turnaround and if they showed OK on the panel, he would go with them. As they flexed back, it is doubtful that anything serious would show on a walkaround.
bishops90
Looks like it bottomed out the gear pretty hard. Just a hunch, but I'm guessing it's o/h time on that set.
andriy17
Thanks Preacher!
preacher1
preacher1 1
Besides the tires and all else, look at the CRAB he had cranked into that thing and didn't really yank it out until after the 1st bounce. Michael, say what you want about wishing you were on that flight, but I have been there/done that from the pointy end and regardless of what it looks like, it ain't no fun. I did the old KaiTak in a 707 and in a 757 and regardless of how cool a video may look, at the very least, it's a seat pucker. If those starboard tires would have blown, it would have been a nice crash video.
tduggan2010
Tim Duggan 1
Yeah, as mentioned by preacher....he landed with the crab. Instead of wing-down into the wind.

And yes, it WAS windy, this is obvious. But, those of us who have flown those airplanes have seen this...based on his crab angle, it certainly didn't look to be beyond the airplane's cross-wind limitations.

Important to also add, this is done in certification flight testing.

Just ONE Example (text in Portuguese:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljOxo0s33sI
flyingcookmosnter
At least he kept the mains first . . . you'll recall this infamous video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jw-aUVa3a0U

A steady crosswind is one thing but gusting crosswinds are a whole different ball game - more like Russian roulette.
flyingcookmosnter
Some more crosswind landings to cringe at - sometimes more a feat of engineering than pilotage.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihEmw9CPvJU
MikeMohle
Mike Mohle 1
Cool! I wonder if he kicked off the YD too early! There was a lot of rolling going on.
tduggan2010
Tim Duggan 1
Mike, the yaw dampers are always on.
MikeMohle
Mike Mohle 1
Thanks I am not familiar with heavy iron or their systems.
preacher1
preacher1 1
Yeah, they will take a dump every now and then, but like Tim said, they are designed for always on. You will know it when you lose them as you will work your butt off getting down and unless you are right close to the house you generally will turn around or divert. Ain't no fun.
MikeMohle
Mike Mohle 1
Been there, but in smaller jets. Lotsa work to get it on the ground especially in gusty crosswinds.
preacher1
preacher1 1
Unless they went South on inbound. I think he was just bad nervous or was getting some real trashy wind right there on short final
mcarthurj
Look at the flex in the tires...that's some major strength in the sidewall.
Av8nut
Would've loved to have been on that flight!
joelwiley
joel wiley 5
I'd prefer to be cameraman to pax.
preacher1
preacher1 1
yep. LOL
skyfly12
shawn white 1
Alamo1000
Alex Ohde 0
(Duplicate Squawk Submitted)

VIDEO: Landing gear of Boeing 767 banged to its limits

Watch what happens when a 120-ton Boeing 767 encounters severe turbulence just above the runway at Birmingham Airport in United Kingdom. The flexing wings are a good indication of the blustery conditions – crosswind gusting 35 knots perpendicular to runway.

http://fox6now.com/2014/02/18/landing-gear-of-boeing-767-banged-to-its-limits/

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