Landing Gear Collapse per 737 Southwest a LGA

B787

Well-known member
Utente Registrato
8 Settembre 2007
7,748
0
29
VCE
Brutta botta!
Per fortuna niente di grave tra i passeggeri e equipaggio!
 

paolin

Well-known member
Utente Registrato
8 Agosto 2007
489
0
New Jersey
On Jul 26th the NTSB reported that the cockpit voice recorder contained 2 hours of good data including the entire flight from Nashville, the flight data recorder contained 27 hours of data including the flight from Nashville. According to the flight data recorder the flaps were extended from 30 to 40 degrees 56 seconds prior to touch down, the aircraft flared reaching 134 KIAS and an attitude of 2 degrees nose up at 32 feet AGL, then dropped the nose to 3 degrees nose down at touchdown at 133 KIAS about 4 seconds later. The aircraft stopped about 19 seconds after touchdown. Flight data as well as evidential videos suggest the nose gear made contact with the runway prior to the main landing gear.

http://avherald.com/h?article=465c1158&opt=0