Plane loses an engine during the filming of a TV show

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+10 1. Davewave commented 6 years ago

does not seem to be a problem for the crew, good! Maybe the engine was not able to handle swiss german language...
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+2 2. urbaneagle commented 6 years ago

I don't think the TURE problem is the engine...
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+9 3. IDK399 commented 6 years ago

Its a hard job. Those checklists are a pain when things really get out of hand quick and every light is blinking, but this was a "routine" problem.
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+7 4. Limberg commented 6 years ago

I'm sorry to have to do this but this requires subtitles for like 90% of the population of the world https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEf35NtlBLg
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+2 5. se0067 commented 6 years ago

#4 most Germans will need subtitles too. That's why on the joined TV station '3sat' (Austrian, Swiss and German stations provide and produce their program) they DO have subtitles when broadcasting the news from Switzerland.
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+3 6. Sentor commented 6 years ago

I like that they did dump 53 ton of fuel (fuel jettison) over the place where i live... :) I know it is a emergency but still..

I remeber 10 years ago, when i was in the Swiss army. we did some ground training near Kloten (the place where they did the emergency landing). there was and still is a big natural reserve area near the Zurich Airport. Several people got bitten by normal mosquitoes and got quicksilver poisoning from them, beacuse of the tons of jet fuel that where jettisoned every day over the natural reserve area.

Bud if you did lose a shell (cartridges) in that area, ore did not pick it up after a training weapon test. you where in serious trouple beacuse it was a natural reserve...

Nothing much to say exept that -> ;)

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+1 7. IDK399 commented 6 years ago

#6 Maybe our kids generation will invent a way to jettison fuel tanks with parachutes, instead of dumping raw fuel.
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0 8. Thunderknight commented 6 years ago

What I am seeing is that three crew members, have there heads down and no one is truly whatching, flying the plane. From my cousin who is a pilot, I know that there must always 1 set off eyes looking forward and watching the instruments. Even if the autopilot is activated.
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+1 9. UofMichFan commented 6 years ago

On Wed I was flying into Atlanta Int. Airport. I was trying to remember if I had ever been to the Atlanta airport. Then it dawned on me when I was 8 yrs old we were flying from Florida to Kansas City when our plane had an engine failure and we had to make an emergency landing in Atlanta. Needless to say the rest of the flight I was just a wee bit nervous. LOL!!