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That man landed a 767 without landing gear smoother than I can land a damn Cessna with a 20 kt headwind

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I was unable to locate the dates of this incident but have not seen it posted. If it is a repeat it is worth watching again and is actually a fair report from the media. . (www.youtube.com) 更多...

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ColinSeftel
This took place on Nov 1, 2011. The investigation found that a hydraulic leak caused a pressure drop which prevented the landing gear deployment, and that the alternate system was inoperable due to a popped C829 circuit breaker. The breaker was reset after landing and the undercarriage extended normally. It's surprising that neither pilot checked the circuit breaker prior to landing!
Source: Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LOT_Polish_Airlines_Flight_16
joelwiley
joel wiley 4
Just curious, was the C829 breaker on the checkist for a gear down failure?
joelwiley
joel wiley 6
Trying to answer my own question, I found this:
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/circuit-breaker-at-heart-of-lot-767-gear-up-landing-probe-365584/

and this which links to a second investigation report:
https://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=20111101-0

I think the answer is probably not- if the crew skipped that step, I'd think that would be in the report.
blueashflyer
Captain Tadeusz Wrona (which means black bird in Polish) was the right man for the job.
malarz
To be precise: "wrona" is a crow. Anyway, it flies. :)
joelwiley
joel wiley 0
Both black. Different families. Blackbird Turdidae, gen Turdus. Crow Corvidae, gen Corvus. Corvids are the smarter group.
paul8626
Paul Smith 3
Soooo...

A Corvid would have checked the breaker over what a Turdus would do?
iflyrjs
Boy Do I remember I was hoping to be on that flight as a non rev but didn't have any more business class seats. So I watched it push back from the gate. When I got a call from my wife in WAW telling me to turn on the TV
gearup328
For the gear to gravity fall, the return line to the reservoir has to open otherwise you have a hydraulic lock. A Shuttle valve prevents this and should be controlled manually by a cable from the cockpit to the valve. No electrics. No circuit breakers. Just free fall and the fluid is returned to the reservoir. Voila!!
joefly09
joefly09 2
It's on YouTube if you want to see it
pianist337
Like. A. Boss. I know he was just [as he said] doing his job, but still...
anevarr
a n 2
The Captain Is Also A World Champion Glider Racer

andrewcarter747b
Those old Boeings there something aren't they good preformance i must say
canuck44
canuck44 10
767 is still my favorite aircraft. 2-4-2 seating makes ideal aircraft for couples.
joefly09
joefly09 5
I don't think Airbus can ever match Boeing. I have flown 747, 767, 757, 737, and 727 and they all have great airmanship.
Highflyer1950
Pretty damn good job, albeit downwind!
lbhorton
Absolutely bloody brilliant
mc208b
mc208b 0
Heard it was the K9 relay, a dog of a relay!

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