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Cessna 404 Emergency Landing, Mountain Home Airport, Arkansas - Cabin View - 2:15

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This video was shot on Dec 14th after a hydraulic line failure in our 404 Titan forced us to make an emergency landing with the gear up. The emergency blow down bottle had a valve malfunction as well so there was no option available from that point on other than to find a place to sit it down. At the end of the slide down the runway there was a small fire on-board which I extinguished before exiting the aircraft with my crew member closely on my six." TitanMan404/Youtube (www.youtube.com) 更多...

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dbaker
Daniel Baker 0
Great piloting & thanks for very much sharing. First time I've sen a gear-up landing from inside the plane.
kb9uwu
Wow! Amazing video, great piloting and good work from the crew! Were the props saved???
Avi8tor2
Avi8tor2 0
Very nicely done amigo! Awesome control through that landing! After spending many, many hours piloting a 421-C model, it was interesting to see out of the back windows how the louvers on the engine cowls of that 404 Titan resemble those of the GTSIO-520's that I was so used to seeing all those years ago! I had one engine disintegrate on me once in my 421 days as I was climbing out over some mountains but the other blender on the opposite side brought us back safely and uneventfully! Again, great work and great piloting my friend!
mjsracing1
Steve Shaw 0
Great job pic !!. I wonder why the bottle/valve hung up? As a corp. pilot myself, that would bug me more than the need to set her down like that.
Think maybe freezing temps did it?
kea001
Tom Kearney 0
~ NOTE: All queries/questions should be directed to the video owner - TitanMan404/Youtube ~
mikelagoey
airplane, fixable
engines, replaceable
walking away, Priceless
avman10s
avman10s 0
Thanks for sharing this! Good job!!
airclaxon1
Paul Claxon 0
Like all pilots joke about, if you can walk away, it was a good landing !
pspaugy
Phil Spaugy 0
Well done !!
superdad
Steve Filley 0
Any landing you can walk away from...
MS1361
MS1361 0
Good job on the landing. I'm curious why the blowdown bottle either wasn't used or didn't work.
MS1361
MS1361 0
Obviously I went straight to the video and missed the valve malfunction noted above.
dfrank
Doug Frank 0
It is rare to have to use the blow down bottle or any other type of emergency gear extension system. Quite often, things that are not exercised, do not work well. Maintenance records will show history of blow down system checks or the lack of. Happy to see only bent metal on this one and everyone safely walking away, which is usually the case with gear up landings. Great video.
Dug
dunst43
Frank Ewing 0
I've had regular landings more rough than that one. Good job!!
mgmcgrath
mgmcgrath 0
AS already stated, thanks for sharing and giving the rest of us the full perspective. Now, if it ever happens to me I'll be better prepared for what to expect from the sights and sounds and be able to concentrate on flying the airplane and hopefully making as good an approach and landing as you did. Great job!!
viperkeeper
Al Coritz 0
Nicely done!
Flyboy1xz
Nicely done....I don't have that problem, my wheels are always down.....172 Cessna.
pacificus
Neil Hamilton 0
Talk about pucker factor 10. But I'd check the yellow sheets on the blow down bottle. Very nice handicapped landing.
jdl3281
james lyday 0
The blow down bottle won't work if you have a broken hyd.line it just gets blowen overboard as was the case.
rescueez6
this landing actually happened in Springfield, Mo!
214gk
gordon kinne 0
What I thought it was at SGF the plane is still there I think.
dvtc140
Dean DeRosia 0
As someone much wiser than me once said: A gear-up landing is an emergency landing. An engine-out landing is an emergency landing. Why would you ever want to add a second emergency to the one you already have? The moment that you have a major problem the airplane belongs to the insurance company. Your job is to use the insurance company's airplane to keep everyone as safe as possible. The deductable payment will be the same with or without new props and engines.
avsgman
Great point about the insurance company money..Do what you have to! I had an engine out 2 wingspans high and subsequent off airport landing on a C421-A with 520'd's
Smooth landing at 107mph touchdown but bad fire as fuel drains leaked fuel for full 1/3 mile skid on dry brown grass field. All 6 made it out but burned from outside fire. Thus the new saying goes "any landing you can walk or in this case run away from is still a good landing" Good job with the C404 boys!

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