United Airlines Flight 106 Right Wing Problem.

United Airlines Flight 106 Right Wing Problem.

UA Flight 0106 LA to Chicago was diverted to Denver when a repair on the right wing fell apart. Lots of noise, but no problem landing. Crew was great. Got a quick replacement plane in Denver.

United Airlines Flight 106 Right Wing Problem (High Def)

United Airlines Flight 106 Right Wing Problem (High Def)

This is a Hi Def version of a previous upload: UA Flight 0106 LA to Chicago was diverted to Denver when a repair on the right wing fell apart. Lots of noise, but no problem landing. Crew was great. Got a quick replacement plane in Denver.

NEW SPOTTING PLACE- United Airlines Boeing 767-400ER Takeoff at Newark Liberty International Airport

NEW SPOTTING PLACE- United Airlines Boeing 767-400ER Takeoff at Newark Liberty International Airport

✈✈✈ Don't forget to subscribe! New videos DAILY! ✈✈✈ Here is the new set of videos I have promised you all! :) I was able to go spotting today for 3 hours. They did not use runway 22L/22R, the runway they use when I usually go spotting and see landings. Newark was in the operation of runway 4L/R, usually seen more in Fall/Winter. I have a special spotting spot that I have always wanted to go to, so here it is! :) This is a United 767-400ER takeoff headed to Munich as United Flight 106. As you can see, the new spotting view is that the rotation is very close to you and you get a nice view of the aircraft. You are also able to get very nice side/head on views of runway 4R landings. In my spotting trip, I was able to catch many special and rare things. I will not tell you them so you will be surprised! :) Hope you will enjoy this round of spotting as much as I did! :D Please enjoy this new video of a 767 takeoff at Newark! =D ~~~~~~~~~~ Camera : Canon Powershot SX-40HS Tripod : None Video Editor : Windows Live Movie Maker 2012 Airport : Newark Liberty International Airport ( KEWR / EWR ) Spotting Place : Virgin Atlantic Cargo Area / Airis Road Date : October 13 2013 Registration : N66051 Flight : UAL106 / UA106 United Airlines Flight 106 Departure Time : 5:47pm EDT Origin : Newark Liberty International Airport KEWR / EWR Destination : Munich International Airport EDDM / MUC Aircraft Type : Boeing 767-424/ER Delivery Date : 30-08-2000 ~~~ Music is "" by Kevin MacLeod : http://www.incompetech.com -------------------------- © CathayA340 2013 This video is copyrighted by CathayA340 Tri State Area Plane Spotting and may not be used without permission. Newark Liberty International Airport Plane Spotting 2013 - John F Kennedy International Airport Plane Spotting 2013 - LaGuardia International Airport Plane Spotting 2013 ~~~ Tags: Newark, EWR, JFK, John F. Kennedy, Airport, Runway, LGA, KLGA, LaGuardia, Airbus, Airbus A318, Airbus A319, Airbus A320, Airbus A321, Airbus A330, Airbus A340, Airbus A350, Airbus A380, A318, A319, A320, A321, A330, A330-200, A330-300, A340. A340-200, A340-300, A340-500, A340-600, A350, A380, Antonov, An-12, An-26, AN-32, AN-124, Antonov AN-225, Boeing, Boeing 707, Boeing 717, Boeing 727, Boeing 737, Boeing 747, Boeing 757, Boeing 767, Boeing 777, Boeing 787, B707, B717, B727, B727-100, B727-200, B737-100, B737-200, B737-300, B737-400, B737-500, B737-600, B737-700, B737-800, B747, B747-100, B747-200, B747-300, B747-400, B757, B757-200, B757-300, B767, B767-200, B767-300, B777, B777-200, B777-300, B787, Dreamliner, Business Jet, Private plane, CRJ, CRJ1, CRJ2, CRJ7, CRJ9, E135, E140, E145, E170, E175, E190, E195, A388, A346, A342, A345, A343, A332, A333, A306, A310, B762, B763, B764, B772, B773, B77W, B752, B753, B741, B742, B743, B744, B748, Intercontinental, Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental, B731, B732, B733, B734, B735, B736, B737, B738, B739, B722, B712, B707 Embraer, ERJ-145, ERJ-135, ERJ-140, ERJ-170, ERJ-175, ERJ-195, ERJ-190, Ilyushin, IL-18, IL-62, IL-76, IL-86, IL-96, IL-114, aviation, airlines, airways, Aviation videography, photography, planes, airplane, airplanes, Aviation, contrail, McDonnell Douglas MD11, MD-11, MD-10, DC-10, DC-10-30, DC-10-10, Arrival, landing, departure, touchdown, take-off, takeoff, rotate, engines, Tupolev TU-154, TU-134, TU-144, TU-204, Planespotting, Newark Liberty International Airport, LaGuardia Airport, John F Kennedy International Airport, American Airlines, United Airlines, Cathay Pacific, United Express, Singapore Airlines, Korean Air, All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, American Eagle, New Livery, Bombardier CRJ-100, CRJ-200, CRJ-200ER, CRJ-100ER, CRJ-700, CRJ-700ER, CRJ-900ER, CRJ-900, CRJ-1000, C Series, CSeries, CS100, CS-100, CS300, CS0300, Porter Airlines, TAP Air Portugal, Scandinavian Airlines, OneWorld, Star Alliance, Skyteam, Atlanta Airport, Orlando Airport, JetBlue Airways, Delta Airlines, Copa Airlines, Flight, Flight Review, Inflight entertainment, Experience, Parking Lot P6, Economy Long Term Lot, Saudi Arabian Airlines, British Airways, Jet Airways, McDonnell Douglas MD-81, MD-80, MD-83, MD-82, MD-87, MD-88, MD-90, MD-95, Mad Dog, Super 80, Douglas DC-9, DC-9-10, DC-9-20, DC-9-30, DC-9-40, DC-9-50, De Havilland Bombardier Dash 8, DHC-402Q, DHC-202Q, DHC-102Q, Dash 8-100, Dash 8-200, Dash 8-300, Dash 8-400, Regional Plane

Air Crash Investigation 2015: BOAC Flight 781 DeHavilland Comet 'Mid Air Explosion'

Air Crash Investigation 2015:  BOAC Flight 781 DeHavilland Comet 'Mid Air Explosion'

Air Crash Investigation 2015: BOAC Flight 781 DeHavilland Comet 'Mid Air Explosion' On Sunday 10 January 1954, British Overseas Airways Corporation Flight 781, a de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1, registered G-ALYP,[1] took off from Ciampino Airport in Rome, Italy, en route to Heathrow Airport in London, England, on the final leg of its flight from Singapore. At about 10:51 GMT, the aircraft suffered an explosive decompression at altitude and crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, killing everyone on board. The accident aircraft was the third Comet built.[2] Gerry Bull, a former BOAC engineer, said that when he inspected the aircraft in Rome he looked for "incidental damage". He did not find any, so he believed Flight 781 was fit for flight. Bull and the same team of engineers later examined South African Airways Flight 201 before its final flight.[3] On 10 January 1954, the flight took off at 09:34 GMT for the final-stage flight to London. At about 09:50 GMT BOAC Argonaut, G-ALHJ piloted by Captain Johnson, which was flying the same route at a lower altitude was in contact with Captain Gibson. During a radio communication about weather conditions, the conversation was abruptly cut off. The last words heard from Captain Gibson were "George How Jig, did you get my -". Soon afterwards wreckage was seen falling into the sea by fishermen. Heathrow Airport initially listed Flight 781 as being delayed; around 1:30 PM the airport took the flight off the arrivals board.[3] There is speculation that it was shot down? Was it? On Sunday 10 January 1954, British Overseas Airways Corporation Flight 781, a de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1 registered G-ALYP, took off from Ciampino Airport in Rome, Italy, en route to Heathrow Airport in London, England, on the final leg of its flight from Singapore. At about 10:51 GMT, the aircraft suffered an explosive decompression at altitude and crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, killing everyone on board. The accident aircraft G-ALYP was the third Comet built. Gerry Bull, a former BOAC engineer, said that when he inspected the aircraft in Rome he looked for "incidental damage". He did not find any, so he believed Flight 781 was fit for flight. Bull and the same team of engineers later examined South African Airways Flight 201 before its final flight. On 10 January 1954, the flight took off at 09:34 GMT for the final-stage flight to London. At about 09:50 GMT BOAC Argonaut, G-ALHJ piloted by Captain Johnson, which was flying the same route at a lower altitude was in contact with Captain Gibson. During a radio communication about weather conditions, the conversation was abruptly cut off. The last words heard from Captain Gibson were "George How Jig, did you get my ...". Soon afterwards wreckage was seen falling into the sea by fishermen. Heathrow Airport initially listed Flight 781 as being delayed; around 1:30 PM the airport took the flight off the arrivals board. Official findings concerning BOAC Flight 781 and South African Airways Flight 201 were released jointly on 1 February 1955, in Civil Aircraft Accident Report of the Court of Inquiry into the Accidents to Comet G-ALYP on 10 January 1954 and Comet G-ALYY on 8 April 1954. After the equivalent of 3,000 flights simulated with G-ALYU, investigators at the RAE were able to conclude that the crash of G-ALYP had been due to failure of the pressure cabin at the forward ADF window in the roof. This window was one of two apertures for the aerials of an electronic navigation system in which opaque fiberglass panels took the place of the window glass. The failure was a result of metal fatigue caused by the repeated pressurization and de-pressurization of the aircraft cabin. Another fact was that the supports around the windows were riveted, not glued, as the original specifications for the aircraft had called for. The problem was exacerbated by the punch rivet construction technique employed. Unlike drill riveting, the imperfect nature of the hole created by punch riveting caused manufacturing defect cracks, which may have caused fatigue cracks to start around the rivet. The investigators examined the final piece of wreckage with a microscope.

Full flight video Asiana flight 106 from Seoul Incheon airport to Tokyo Narita

Full flight video Asiana flight 106 from Seoul Incheon airport to Tokyo Narita

full flight video 도쿄 서울 Asiana Airlines A321 from Seoul incheon to Narita airport with atc air traffic control communications 아시아나 항공 항공기 I hope you enjoyed this full length flight video in economy class on this aircraft.

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