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[FULL HD] Fedex A300B4-622R take-off Barcelona-El Prat

Here I leave you for first time one the birds that flies at the night and sleep by day. This was a real big surprise on a cloudy morning! Always looking old those A300!! Dedicated to every subscriber!! Thank you all!! 700TH!! Many greetings from BCN!

 

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Added: 495 days ago by castefatown

Runtime: 01:55 | Views: 39326 | Comments: 0

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Airbus A300 Scary Landing over Cameraman!

CELEBRATING THE OPENING OF SKYAVIATOR.COM! This is one of the scariest video clips I've ever taken. If you ask me now why I didn't run, I don't know the answer. I just wanted to get that shot whatever it takes. The runway was partially under construction and that's how I was legally able to film from there. However, I will keep all the details of this case a secret.

 

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Added: 1093 days ago by SkyAviator

Runtime: 00:40 | Views: 93609 | Comments: 0

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A300 Adverse Weather Contition Landing

Airbus A300 Landing at Cuba filmed from the cockpit, during approach turbolence and raining due to adverse weather conditions.

 

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Added: 1349 days ago by ElGringo

Runtime: 03:32 | Views: 142264 | Comments: 0

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ACT Airbus A300 Crash Bagram

3/7/2010 - BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan -- Airmen assigned to the 455th Expeditionary Maintenance Group were some of the first responders on the scene after an Airbus A300 crew performed an emergency landing here March 1, 2010. The aircraft, contracted to DHL International, was carrying mail and cargo when an unsafe gear indicator alerted the crew to a problem. The crew touched down after a visual inspection by tower personnel to ensure the landing gear was extended. Upon landing, the main landing gear collapsed and the aircraft slid to a stop between the runway and a taxi area. "We were actually accomplishing some work on the flightline when the incident occurred," said Tech. Sgt. Alexander Figliola, 455th EMXG, crash and recovery. "A call came over the radio for an in-flight emergency notification system for all emergency responders to come to the flightline." Sergeant Figliola, deployed from Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, said as the aircraft touched down it appeared to be alright, but as it settled on the ground and slowed its airspeed, the left side landing gear collapsed and the aircraft began to slide down the runway. He said it finally came to a stop between the runway and a taxiway. "We were cleared on the runway so we all rushed to the scene not really knowing what to expect," Sergeant Figliola said. "When we arrived at the aircraft, people were sliding down the emergency slide and the fire department was putting out a small fire around the engine. We were relieved because the situation could have been much worse." Once the scene had calmed, Sergeant Figliola's team began to assess damage to the aircraft and airfield. They also discussed how to move the large aircraft and restore air traffic to one of the busiest flightlines in the world. "As soon as we saw that everyone was alright, we automatically started discussing the location and what we were going to need to get the aircraft out of the way," he added. "We knew that we had a lot of prep work ahead of us. We began to coordinate with other units on base to get the heavy equipment and supplies needed to get it out of the way." Sergeant Figliola explained the primary mission of crash and recovery is to respond to incidents of this nature and assess damage to aircraft. They also remove damaged aircraft. This particular incident provided unique challenges because although the team is trained on all air frames, their primary mission had been fighter aircraft. They needed to make adjustments to compensate for the size, weight and location of the aircraft, and the weather. "Weather was one of the key factors to how we were going to move the plane," said Sergeant Figliola, a Beverly Hills, Fla. native. "It was raining and the ground was pretty soft, that along with the weight of the aircraft that was still loaded with cargo and fuel made it pretty messy." The crash and recovery team, with help from the 455th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron, the U.S. Army, and members of other 455th EMXG flights used a 120-ton civilian contracted crane to raise the left wing of the aircraft, he explained. Sergeant Figliola said once the left wing was raised, a 40-foot flatbed trailer substituted as the left side landing gear and a Heavy Expanded Mobile Tactical Truck, normally used to tow up armored vehicles and heavy equipment, pulled the aircraft approximately 100 feet to a taxiway parallel to the active runway. Lt. Col. Jacqueline Mongeon, 455th EMXG deputy commander explained, "Our crash and recovery team responds to all in-flight emergencies to ensure the safety of the aircrew and the aircraft while also ensuring runway operability."

 

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Added: 1575 days ago by Desertwind

Runtime: 02:08 | Views: 160433 | Comments: 0

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Cockpit video accident of ACT A300 landing at Bagram

On March 1, 2010 an Airbus A300 cargo plane, owned by Turkish carrier ACT Airlines, suffered a landing accident at Bagram Air Base (BPM), Afghanistan. The left hand main gear collapsed and the airplane came to rest on the side of the runway. The airplane, registered TC-ACB, suffered substantial damage but the five crew members escaped unhurt. At 03:10 the crew gets outside and sees the plane... A video of the abnormal landing mishap shot from the jump seat .

 

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Added: 1575 days ago by Desertwind

Runtime: 04:51 | Views: 168981 | Comments: 0

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Airbus A300 Tribute

A little tribute to the American Airlines Airbus A300 which is being retired from the fleet. The A300 is a very unique aircraft, thanks.

 

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Added: 2014 days ago by USA_Spotter

Runtime: 04:5 | Views: 162077 | Comments: 2

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Airbus A300 600 Iran Air

Nice presentation of this A300 600 Iran Air.

 

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Added: 2294 days ago by JackSpacer

Runtime: 04:54 | Views: 159073 | Comments: 0

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DHL A300 Attacked Over Baghdad part 2

On 22 November 2003, shortly after takeoff from Baghdad, an Airbus A300 cargo plane, operating for DHL Aviation, was struck on the left wing tip by a surface-to-air missile. Severe wing damage resulted in fire and complete loss of hydraulic flight control systems. Because outboard left wing fuel tank 1A was full at takeoff, there was no fuel-air vapour explosion. Liquid jet fuel dropped away as 1A disintegrated. Inboard fuel tank 1 was pierced and leaking. Returning to Baghdad, the 3-person crew made an unprecedented injury-free landing of the crippled aircraft, using differential engine thrust as the only pilot input. Paris Match Reporter Claudine Vernier-Palliez accompanied a Fedayeen commando unit on their strike mission against the DHL aircraft. (Her report translated here.) Sara Daniel, a French weekly newsmagazine journalist claimed receipt, from an unknown source, of a video that showed insurgents, faces concealed, firing a missile at the A300. Daniel was researching a feature about Iraqi resistance groups but she disclaimed any specific knowledge of the people who carried out the attack.

 

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Added: 2346 days ago by Lionel

Runtime: 25:39 | Views: 165004 | Comments: 0

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DHL A300 Attacked Over Baghdad part 1

On 22 November 2003, shortly after takeoff from Baghdad, an Airbus A300 cargo plane, operating for DHL Aviation, was struck on the left wing tip by a surface-to-air missile. Severe wing damage resulted in fire and complete loss of hydraulic flight control systems. Because outboard left wing fuel tank 1A was full at takeoff, there was no fuel-air vapour explosion. Liquid jet fuel dropped away as 1A disintegrated. Inboard fuel tank 1 was pierced and leaking. Returning to Baghdad, the 3-person crew made an unprecedented injury-free landing of the crippled aircraft, using differential engine thrust as the only pilot input. Paris Match Reporter Claudine Vernier-Palliez accompanied a Fedayeen commando unit on their strike mission against the DHL aircraft. (Her report translated here.) Sara Daniel, a French weekly newsmagazine journalist claimed receipt, from an unknown source, of a video that showed insurgents, faces concealed, firing a missile at the A300. Daniel was researching a feature about Iraqi resistance groups but she disclaimed any specific knowledge of the people who carried out the attack.

 

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Added: 2346 days ago by Lionel

Runtime: 24:09 | Views: 164357 | Comments: 1

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A flight in A300 cockpit from Jedda

Interesting flight in the cockpit of A300 taking off from jedda.

 

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Added: 2407 days ago by mach3

Runtime: 05:37 | Views: 165139 | Comments: 0

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FedEx A300 Rejected Takeoff

A #1 engine surge caused this aborted take off, this happened back when San Jose Int'l Airport (KSJC) had one main runway. (Airbus A300F4-605R - Reg/CN: N650FE / 726)

 

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Added: 2408 days ago by mach3

Runtime: 04:01 | Views: 150639 | Comments: 0

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DHL A300

DHL A300 pushing back and takeoff runway 28 in LIME

 

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Added: 2437 days ago by airpilot

Runtime: 05:16 | Views: 161988 | Comments: 0

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