Alitalia 767 Tailstrike at JFK

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Alitalia 767 Tailstrike at JFK

Messaggio da Troy » 20 gennaio 2010, 16:32

Avete informazioni in più su quanto accaduto? Riporto testualmente come da Fonte: Aviation Herald

An Alitalia Boeing 767-300, registration EI-CRM performing flight AZ-60M from New York JFK,NY (USA) to Rome Fiumicino (Italy) with 180 people on board, was taking off runway 22R, when the tower controller asked another crew having lined up for takeoff, whether they did see anything abnormal with the departure of the Alitalia. The crew and the tower controller agreed, the Alitalia Boeing might have touched the runway with its tail skid, the tower controller radioed the crew before handing them off to departure. The crew requested to maintain 5000 feet to perform some checks and reported about 5 minutes ready to continue the flight and climb. The crew climbed to 11000 feet, but now requested to return to the airfield dumping fuel first and climbed to 12000 feet for the fuel dump. The crew did not declare emergency and did not request assistance, however requested one of the runways 31 for landing due to being at maximum landing weight and performed a safe landing on runway 31L 100 minutes after departure.

The aircraft was able to depart again after two hours on the ground and reached Rome with a delay of 3.5 hours.

The FAA reported unknown damage to the aircraft.

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Re: Alitalia 767 Tailstrike at JFK

Messaggio da MarcoGT » 20 gennaio 2010, 16:38

Non sembrerebbe nulla di grave se è riuscito a ripartire :wink:

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Re: Alitalia 767 Tailstrike at JFK

Messaggio da sigmet » 21 gennaio 2010, 1:06

Le migliori risorse... :wink:
Ci sedemmo dalla parte del torto visto che tutti gli altri posti erano occupati.

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Re: Alitalia 767 Tailstrike at JFK

Messaggio da I-FORD » 22 gennaio 2010, 12:19

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/20 ... 7-300.html

FAA: No tail strike for JFK Alitalia 767-300

The US FAA says pilots of an Alitalia Boeing 767-300 (AZA60M) taking off
from New York John F Kennedy International airport on 15 January damaged a
plastic bumper covering on the aircraft's tail skid, but did not
over-rotate to the point of causing a tail strike.

Pilots of Delta Air Lines Flight 82, a Boeing 737 that had just landed
after a flight from Denver, had radioed JFK tower controllers that they
believed the Alitalia 767 had "struck its tail on the runway when
rotating". The 737 was on an adjacent taxiway.

After being informed of the concern by controllers, the 767 crew opted to
burn fuel while holding in the vicinity of JFK for approximately one hour
before returning to the airport to land, says the FAA. In the meantime,
runway inspections revealed no indication of a tail strike.

After an inspection at the airport, the flight departed for Rome. The FAA
continues to investigate the incident.

1) Prima di parlare è sempre meglio informarsi.
2) I Deltoids ultimamente ne stanno imbroccando poche, saranno i postumi della fusione?

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Re: Alitalia 767 Tailstrike at JFK

Messaggio da araial14 » 22 gennaio 2010, 12:28

I-FORD ha scritto: 1) Prima di parlare è sempre meglio informarsi.
2) I Deltoids ultimamente ne stanno imbroccando poche, saranno i postumi della fusione?
E' sempre un piacere leggerti I-FORD.
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