Crashs aériens, l'enquête inédite

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Documentary (2013)

Report of the crash test at size one made with a Boeing 727 on 27 April 2012. The original documentary ("plane crash" (2012)) is reworked and merged with a french one about the safety in Europe and the formation of french pilots.

Boeing 727-212/Advanced

"Big Flo", a Boeing 727-212 Advanced, registration XB-MNP, built in 1978 under the c/n 21348, still wearing previous owner colours from Champion Air (ex N293AS). Object of the experiment report by this documentary. See details with the Wikipedia link, footnote section.
Before.

Reg. XB-MNP Boeing 727-212/Advanced.

After.

Reg. XB-MNP Boeing 727-212/Advanced on 27 April 2012.

Airbus A320-232

Registration XA-VOX,c/n 4741.
(In the background, the Boeing 727-212 seen above).

Reg. XA-VOX Airbus A320-232 of Volaris.
Reg. XA-VOX Airbus A320-232 of Volaris.

Eurocopter AS350 AStar

PC AS350 CIMG5031.jpg

Dassault Falcon 20 & Beechcraft C33 Debonair

On the left, a Dassault Falcon 20. The aircraft on the right seems to be a Beech Bonanza or Debonair.

Dassault Falcon 20 and Beechcraft C33 Debonair.

Tupolev Tu-154B-2

Kolavia Flight 348 : Tupolev Tu-154B-2, registration RA-85588, c/n 83A/588 caught fire during taxiing on 1st January 2011.

Reg. RA-85588 Tupolev Tu-154B-2 of Kolavia.
Reg. RA-85588 Tupolev Tu-154B-2 of Kolavia.

Fokker F28 Fellowship

Fokker F28 Fellowship or 70/100 later version, difficult to be sure with this view.

Fokker F28 Fellowship.

Boeing 737-8F2

Flight TK1951, 25 February 2009. Registration TC-JGE, c/n 29789/1065.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. TC-JGE Boeing 737-8F2 Tekirdag of Turkish Airlines.
Reg. TC-JGE Boeing 737-8F2 Tekirdag of Turkish Airlines.

Airbus A320-111

Flight AF296 on 26 june 1988. Registration F-GFKC, c/n 009.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. F-GFKC Airbus A320-111 of Air France.
Reg. F-GFKC Airbus A320-111 of Air France.

Boeing 737-236/Advanced

British Airtours Flight 28M, 22 August 1985. Registration G-BGJL, c/n 220033/743. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours.

Boeing 737–4Y0

Registration G-OBME, c/n 23867/1603 built in 1988. BMA-British Midland Airways Flight 92 crashed on the embankment of the M1 motorway several hundred feet prior to runway of East Midlands Airport on 8 January 1989. The pilots were attempting an emergency landing after an engine fan blade detached. 47 of the 126 people on board died, and 74 were injured. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. G-OBME Boeing 737–4Y0 of BMA-British Midland Airways.
Reg. G-OBME Boeing 737–4Y0 of BMA-British Midland Airways.
Reg. G-OBME Boeing 737–4Y0 of BMA-British Midland Airways.

Boeing 767-35D/ER

A LOT Polish Airlines Boeing 767 crash landed at Warsaw's airport on 1st November 2011 after having problems lowering its landing gear. No fatalities.
Registration SP-LPC, c/n 28656/659.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. SP-LPC Boeing 767-35D/ER Poznań of LOT-Polskie Linie Lotnicze-Polish Airlines.
Reg. SP-LPC Boeing 767-35D/ER Poznań of LOT-Polskie Linie Lotnicze-Polish Airlines.

Boeing 747-121

Pan Am Flight 103 exploded over Lockerbie (Scotland) on 21 December 1988. Aircraft registration was N739PA, c/n 19646/15.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N739PA Boeing 747-121 Clipper Maid of the Seas of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.

Westland Whirlwind HAR.10

Westland Whirlwind HAR.10.

Boeing 727-22

27 November 1962 : roll out of the first Boeing 727, a -100 registered N7001U. Delivered to United Airlines as 727-22.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N7001U Boeing 727-100.

Boeing 727-223

N882AA a Boeing 727-223 (c/n 21521) built in 1979.

Reg. N882AA Boeing 727-223 of American Airlines.

Boeing 727 & McDonnell Douglas DC-10

In the background, a DC-10 (the L-1011 would have horizontal stabilizers) is behind a Boeing 737 following itself a Boeing 727 of Delta Air Lines.

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Boeing 727-222/Advanced

Boeing 727-222/Advanced of United Airlines.

Fairchild C-119G Flying Boxcar

Crash of the Fairchild C-119G on 27 June 1981 near Bettles, Alaska.
Registration N8682, c/n 10859.

Reg. N8682 Fairchild C-119G of Hawkins & Powers Aviation.
Reg. N8682 Fairchild C-119G of Hawkins & Powers Aviation.

McDonnell Douglas QF-4N Phantom II

McDonnell Douglas QF-4N 152970/143 of the Naval Weapons Test Squadron (Point Mugu).

McDonnell Douglas QF-4N, s/n 152970.

Cessna 337B Super Skymaster

Registration N5456S, c/n 337-0556 produced in 1967.

Reg. N5456S Cessna 337B Super Skymaster.
Reg. N5456S Cessna 337B Super Skymaster.
Reg. N5456S Cessna 337B Super Skymaster.
Reg. N5456S Cessna 337B Super Skymaster.

Symphony SA-160

Symphony SA-160.

Aermacchi SF.260TP

Aermacchi SF.260TP.
Aermacchi SF.260TP.
Aermacchi SF.260TP.

Aero Commander 500

Aero Commander 500.

Boeing 720-027

A previous test crash with a Boeing 720 (NASA 833) held in December 1984 at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.The aircraft was used to test fuel fire retardant. The remote controlled aircraft crashed on landing and burst into flames.
Registration N833NA, c/n 18066/208.
Aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N833NA Boeing 720-027 of the NASA.
Reg. N833NA Boeing 720-027 of the NASA.
Reg. N833NA Boeing 720-027 of the NASA.

Cessna 414A Chancellor

Registration N233JH, c/n 414A0009.

Reg. N233JH, Cessna 414A Chancellor of Wells Fargo Bank Northwest Na Trustee.
Reg. N233JH, Cessna 414A Chancellor of Wells Fargo Bank Northwest Na Trustee.

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

Several times we can see this type of helicopter in the background.

Bell UH-1 Iroquois behind the Cessna 337B Super Skymaster.

Boeing 737-700

737-700 our 800.

PC PlanePainting CIMG5073.jpg
PC PlanePainting CIMG5074.jpg

Boeing 777-26K/ER & Airbus A330-323X & Airbus A320-214

From left to right: 777, A330, another 777 and A320. Unidentified landing aircraft in the far background.

Boeing 777-26K/ER of Vietnam Airlines, Airbus A330-323X of Delta Air Lines, and Airbus A320-214 of Gulf Air.

Unidentified Aircraft

PC cockpit CIMG5079.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

PC twin CIMG5080.jpg

Cessna 152 & Mudry CAP 10

Cessna 152 and Mudry CAP 10 on the right.

Hurel-Dubois HD.34

From a private video footage taken at Colmar Habsheim Air Show on 26 June 1988. Aircraft in the foreground.

Hurel-Dubois HD.34.
Hurel-Dubois HD.34.
Hurel-Dubois HD.34.

Dassault MD.312 Flamant

In the foreground. The background overflying plane is the Airbus A320-211 of Flight AF296 (see above).

Dassault MD.312 Flamant.

Airbus A330-200

Airbus A330-200.
PC YBlue CIMG5096.jpg

Airbus A320-211

Until the end of 2011, Air Méditerranée used the Airbus A320-211 c/n 293 reg. SX-BHV (ex F-GYAI).

Reg. SX-BHV Airbus A320-211 of Air Méditerranée.

Airbus A320-214

Airbuses of the japanese company StarFlyer.

Airbus A320-214 of StarFlyer.
Airbus A320-214 of StarFlyer.

Boeing 737

PC B737 CIMG5088.jpg

Boeing 747-400

Boeing 747-400

Boeing 777-300

Boeing 777-300.

Airbus A330-243

Airbus A330-243 of Fiji Airways.
Airbus A330-243 of XL Airways.
Airbus A330-243 of Corsair International.

Airbus A330-343X

Airbus A330-343X of Corsair International.

Unidentified Airbus

Airframe #135 of an unidentified type.

PC Airbus-135 CIMG5098.jpg

Airbus A300-600

Model of the Airbus A300 inside the ENAC Flying School.

Airbus A400M Atlas

Airbus A400M Atlas.

Unidentified Aircraft

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Piper PA-23 Apache

Airframe used for ground instruction at ENAC (Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile), Toulouse (France).
Registration F-BHPM, c/n 23-713.

Reg.F-BHPM, Piper PA-23 Apache of the SGACC-Secretariat Géneral de l'Aviation Civile et Commerciale.

Beechcraft B200 Super King Air

Aircraft of the ENAC's fleet.
Registration F-GJFA, c/n BB-1270.

Reg. F-GJFA Beechcraft B200 Super King Air of the ENAC-Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile.
Reg. F-GJFA Beechcraft B200 Super King Air of the ENAC-Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile.

Socata TB-20 Trinidad

Socata TB-20 of ENAC.

Registration F-GMQL, c/n 1738.

Reg. F-GMQL Socata TB-20 of ENAC.

Beechcraft B58 Baron

Another aircraft of the ENAC's fleet.
Registration F-GNSC, c/n TH-1703.

Reg. F-GNSC Beechcraft B58 Baron of the ENAC-Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile.
Reg. F-GNSC Beechcraft B58 Baron of the ENAC-Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile.
Reg. F-GNSC Beechcraft B58 Baron of the ENAC-Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile.
Reg. F-GNSC Beechcraft B58 Baron of the ENAC-Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile.

Airbus A319-111

Airbus of EasyJet.
Reg. G-EZBW, Airbus A319-111 (c/n 3134, built in 2007) of EasyJet.

Airbus A380-842

From Qantas, powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 900.

Airbus A380-842 of Qantas.

Airbus A380-861

Airbus A380-861 of Emirates.

In the maintenance hall of Air France.

Airbus A380-861 of Air France.

From Korean Air, powered by Engine Alliance GP7200.

Airbus A380-861 of Korean Air.

Airbus A321-200

Airbus A320-200 of UTair Aviation.

McDonnell Douglas MD-82

American Airlines Flight 1420 crash landed at Little Rock National Airport on 1st June 1999.

Reg. N215AA, McDonnell Douglas MD-82 c/n 49163 of American Airlines.
Reg. N215AA, McDonnell Douglas MD-82 c/n 49163 of American Airlines.

Airbus A321-211 & Airbus A320-214

Airbus A321-211 of Finnair and two Airbus A320-214 of EasyJet Airlines in the background.

Airbus A330-223

Airbus A330-223 of Delta Air Lines.

Airbus A320-214

Airbus A320-214 of Aeroflot-Russian Airlines.

Airbus A300B4-605R

Airbus A300B4-605R of Kuwait Airways.

Airbus A320-214

Airbus A320-214 of Saudia-Saudi Arabian Airlines.
Airbus A320-214 of Gulf Air.

Tupolev Tu-144 & Tupolev Tu-154

Tupolev Tu-144 and Tupolev Tu-154 of Aeroflot-Soviet Airlines.

Airbus A320-216

Airbus A320-216 of AirAsia.


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