Posted by cobra64 on Jul. 01, 2006
Be funny. Don't be mean. We may remove comments that cross the line.
ThatWasFckinFake - 2 years ago
Looks to me like they stopped just fine....
14inchesaround - 2 years ago
Those canadians can't do anything right.
crimsonrevolver - 2 years ago
nice spelling: it's spelled brakes, dumbass
whiteviking - 2 years ago
@crimsonrevolver I hate it when: the brakes break!
alv99 - 2 years ago
@crimsonrevolver spelt...............: .
Xeon666 - 2 years ago
.: I think thats in toronto. I remeber seeing that in the news.
BoRiSDaNcKeRs - 2 years ago
plane brakes.. hum hum: planes have two types of breaks, those wind brakes on the wings which u can see are full on in the video, and reverse direction meaning the outgoing of airflow is reversed in the engines which means it s pushing the plane the other way.. so yeah he probably landed too far thats the only explantion guys..
GeezYouSuck - 2 years ago
@BoRiSDaNcKeRs 3 types actually...: They have "air brakes" (though on a 747 they're really "Lift dumpers"), thrust reversers (doors on the Engines that reverse the thrust) and then they have good old's fashioned mechanical brakes on the wheels. All 3 combine to slow the aircraft, but the mechanical brakes are what actually stop the aircraft. The true explanation for the video is that the aircraft aquaplaned off the end of the runway.
theballer21224 - 2 years ago
ummm the breaks dident fail: it was an abouted take off
Manontheedge - 2 years ago
the brakes: didnt fail.. it would be going much faster.
Buffalo_Ron - 2 years ago
Jesus: you folks should ask the NTSB if they need any investigators.
GroundControl2MajorTom - 2 years ago
THE PILOT LANDED LONG ON THE WET RUNWAY: AND SLID OFF THE FAR END.
RESEARCH THE FACTS BEFORE YOU ALL MAKE FOOLS OF YOURSELVES BY 2ND GUESSING THE FACTS.
cafedelmarii - 2 years ago
Rejected takeoff roll: It was an aborted takeoff. After a certain speed if an engine fails, the pilot continues the takeoff. Instead, he panicked and tried to stop the plane.
fuzzy64 - 2 years ago
shit: peice of crap 400 series
dfgdfg - 2 years ago
ideot, it's BRAKES: moran.
ImALumberJack - 2 years ago
@dfgdfg idiot!: Its moron, not moran. And it's idiot, not ideot.
thewarden - 2 years ago
@dfgdfg yes: well said
Thornerg - 2 years ago
@dfgdfg Class: Nveer bfeore hvae I seen scuh gerat splleing! wlel dnoe.
FuckThisSideways - 2 years ago
Thrust Reversers...: are turned off when the aircraft gets below a certain speed, at which point something as massive as a 747 still has a shit-ton of momentum and needs damn good brakes to stop.
Tim_Nasty - 2 years ago
@FuckThisSideways lol @: hydroplaning
JucieFruit - 2 years ago
What happened to the thrust reversers: You don't use wheel breaks to stop a jet that big when it lands. That's why there are reversers on every engine. I bet that pilot won't be flying 747's again anytime soon.
@JucieFruit you asshole: reversers are used to HELP a plane break... thrust reversers and spoilers alone can't stop something that weighs that much
holger_danske - 2 years ago
wonder how long: it took to clean the seats in that plane
bozztudd - 2 years ago
@holger_danske hahahaha: lmao
LT_JG_Pliskin - 2 years ago
Dang: bah, break cut out the rest but you get the point. I'm siiting in the hot seat of a Airbus A330 now! (And I must say Airbus is so much better than those slow avionic Boeings!
guntoter2 - 2 years ago
@LT_JG_Pliskin Flight Sim much LT JG?: Brakes dont "WEAR" from being locked up. Tires yes but brakes no. If the brakes are locked then no friction is being tranfered to them therefore no heat. The most amount of heat you can put into them is just befor lockup. Its raining so the water will cool the brakes.BTW didnt they teach you the dif between BREAK and BRAKE in flight training? If your brakes break then you get broke.
To whome it may concern:: No BS here in this post. As a former 767-300 pilot of a major national airline, I think I have may determined what happened here. Every aircraft (well most) set "autobrakes" before landing. Usually they set it to 2 on a normal approach. This pilot may have set his autobrakes to max, with a wet runway, and his tires may have locked without him turning on anti-skid. At about 80 knots reverse thrust is disengaged and 60 knots manual braking takes place. At 60 knots his breaks were so
sparkymarc18 - 2 years ago
@LT_JG_Pliskin exactly: im an aircraft maintenance engineer and have determined the same outcome.
miianwilson - 2 years ago
@LT_JG_Pliskin i am a janitor: and i concurr
hardcoresean - 2 years ago
@:@: ull never get another job i think the only option is suicide my friend
badger777 - 2 years ago
Schweeny - 2 years ago
Blargen!: Fuck this, damn box cut off my post. It was stupid anyway, i took way too much time and energy worrying about the decay of the english language in todays world, fuck it, english sucks anyway, i need a new job.
Spelling: I wasn't talking about the "Break" "Brake" thing so much as the lack of commas. It's not a big deal, I just happen to be an English teacher so I have OCD about shit like that.....proceed with watching videos, nothing to see here.
"On a rainy day a planes brakes fail and they skid off the end of a runway. Although they crashed,(<--comma was in the wrong spot) nobody on board was seriously injured."
I see it more and more on Break and I didn't know that the videos were submitted by average Joe Am
hmm: thats what worries me a bout planes a slight bump and it bursts into flames
UrbanTurban143 - 2 years ago
lol: poor pilot
usaisadump - 2 years ago
robdalurch: That would be: "You're all stupid." But, of course, you already knew that.
bassur - 2 years ago
Injuries: Wonder how many people had already unbuckeled their seat belts as soon as the plane touched down? Seems like if everyone was buckeled-up there shouldn't have been injuries.
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