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Not a perfect landing

May 31, 2006


just jack (guest)  -  May 31, 2006, 17:46
that's very crazy :D
Dantalion  -  May 31, 2006, 17:56
Noob pilot :P I hope no one forgot to fasten the seatbelt.
Davie (guest)  -  May 31, 2006, 17:58
this looks like a game, does anyone know which flight sim it is? 'cause a real plane WOULD snap in the middle, as it weighs in at several tons...
YEa (guest)  -  May 31, 2006, 18:01
Definitely looks CG.
Davie (guest)  -  May 31, 2006, 19:06
Yeah, though I searched for Stevan Hogg, and found some clips of him racing cars, so he might be some adventure type of person who does things like that for a living...
Mathy (guest)  -  May 31, 2006, 20:34
pre (guest)  -  May 31, 2006, 22:13
not real
Yay (guest)  -  June 1, 2006, 00:27
Isn't this one of those remotecontrolled airplanes?
Effigy (guest)  -  June 1, 2006, 05:26
Nah, he pimped that shit out with hydros, kid!
smartguy (guest)  -  June 1, 2006, 10:29
definetly not real, a real 100ton airplane wouldnt move like that. It simply jumps up and down too fast, a real plane would have as Davie said, snap in middle or the landing gear would have broke instantly.
It could be real (guest)  -  June 1, 2006, 11:54
Planes are very tough desing. The suspension is designed to handle that kind of landings. It bounces like that because it is braking and the 100t mass is still going forward.
FYI (guest)  -  June 1, 2006, 13:59
For your information this is an Heiniken(I think) comercial. Everything can happen in a CM....
Juhgu  -  June 1, 2006, 23:48
Why comment like that if you don't have a fucking clue what you're talking about?
aaaa (guest)  -  June 2, 2006, 07:20
it's drink
Kipras (guest)  -  June 2, 2006, 14:51
nikki (guest)  -  June 2, 2006, 23:16
thats cooool!is it real?
gogog (guest)  -  June 3, 2006, 01:46
this was a video of a test flight of a completly unmanned plane. safe to say it wasn't bugfree
arleas  -  June 3, 2006, 21:33
Any landing that you can walk away from is a good landing
as (guest)  -  June 5, 2006, 02:20
pilotas lopas
Billy (guest)  -  June 22, 2006, 21:56
I wish I was an that flight.
dnt (guest)  -  July 11, 2006, 19:44
in fact the pilot is quite experienced to bring that plane down intact. I've seen this clip on many occasions and i can tell it's not fake. Airplanes are not built like a wooden stick which snaps when bent a bit.
Harish (guest)  -  July 21, 2006, 21:28
Such ignorant people around here. Crab landing.. happens in bad crosswinds. You try controlling the plane. As for the bounces, it's not just going to break... people have filed lawsuits against their town for tripping on the asphault, Boeing would be bankrupt.
pilot (guest)  -  August 4, 2006, 16:41
I'm a pilot, and I can say that that is possible, but there is usually more pressure on the front of the plane then the back, and it seems to heavy to do that, so two things could have happened. One, it was a very very lucky landing, which could have turned bad, or it was an empty plane (maybe a test flight) or the pilot flared too much while landing (leant back) and then when he braked, the whole plane tumbled forwards, then he let go of the break, but to get the nose up again so quickly must imply that he had the trim wheel set fully down, and pilots shouldn't do that, so either luck, empty, dumb pilot, or fake.
sjoller (guest)  -  September 1, 2006, 22:23
ure no pilot.......what whould a guy like u do in place like this?? only geeks are permitted
Deleted0001  -  September 2, 2006, 17:33
He, he! Yeah! Geeks only...
Buddha (guest)  -  September 30, 2006, 00:53
I am a commercial pilot and i can tell you that even though that might be hard to believe, that is possible. A airplane langing gear can withstand about 300 times the REGULAR weight for a issue called FADIGUE. May seem strange but a crosswind CAN do that in a landing cicle and is is not by coincidence that in any good pilot manual you can read "landing" as "Controlled Crash Cicle". The difference from a well known Crash from a sucessfull landing procedure is known for the ability of the aircraft to take off again without any maitenance required (besides preventive maitenance, of course)... I guess that in that situation the pilot tryed to just not to die... When such occurs we usually think "OMFG, im dead!" I hope he thank the "Guy" above for the little help!
magic 8 (guest)  -  October 27, 2006, 14:57
mmm nice long flight... turbulence anyone?
K-SAURI (guest)  -  November 3, 2006, 12:12
DeeGee (guest)  -  December 6, 2006, 00:11
The whole Heineken comercial...
Tsaebad  -  January 27, 2007, 20:02
FFT007 (guest)  -  July 23, 2007, 19:45
Lol...the info is bogus. Take a look at this video. It's from the creator:
fighting54  -  October 20, 2007, 20:12
FyreNWater (guest)  -  December 28, 2007, 08:03
like FFT007 said, it's fake. it was made for a commercial:
LordBartuc  -  January 17, 2008, 09:29
Just because it's a commercial doesn't make it fake. I am a manufacturing technician at boeing, i build these things for a living and that landing gear is more than capable of withstanding that kind of impact. And it certainly would NOT snap in half.