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Flight ReportFlight: TY794Date: 2017-01-01TARTESSOS / SEVILLA
Pilot's Name / UserNameSerranito / visitor
Aircraft Name:Boeing 737-400 Paint4
Aircraft Type:Multi Engine Jet (MEJ)
Departure:KCCR - Buchanan - Usa
Arrival:KCCR - Buchanan - Usa
Departure Time:12:48:00 (19:49:00 GMT)
Arrival Time:12:52:00 (19:53:00 GMT)
Cargo:9072 kg
Flight Result:Perfect
Flight Data
Take-Off Weight:58490 kgLanding Weight:57719 kg
Take-Off fuel:6135 kgLanding Fuel:5077 kg
Total Block Time:00:03:14Total Block Time (Night):00:00:00
Total Airborne Time:00:02:24Total Time On Ground:00:05:18
Max Altitude:1541ftCruise Speed:0 kt (mach 0.00)
Landing Data
Landing Speed:138 kt
Landing Pitch:6.18
TouchDown Vertical Speed:-734.61 ft/mn
PAX Feedback
Passengers Opinion:8%
  • Are dissapointed because the flight was too short.
  • Would have loved the music on the ground but why wasn't there more?
  • Were anxious because they had flown over a war risk zone.
  • Were irritated by the excess G-forces. (+2.46).
  • Were angry because some passengers were badly injured.
  • Were angry because you made what seemed to be a dangerous landing.
  • Were terrified because of the problem during flight.
  • Were relieved to land safely after an emergency.
  • Wonder if they landed or if they crashed (hard landing).
Mayday Transmitted:yes
Incident Report:
  • one engine sustained major damage shortly after take-off due to a bird strike and shutdown immediately. This is one of the worst possible in-flight emergencies. One engine was damaged by small arms fire coming from the ground and ceased to function. The right fuel tank was hit by a ground shot and started leaking fuel. The left fuel tank was hit by a ground shot and started leaking fuel. The hydraulic system was hit by a ground shot resulting in total loss of all hydraulic systems. The electrical systems were hit by a ground shot resulting in a complete electrical systems failure. Your aircraft received a few ground shots. The aircraft was hit by anti-aircraft artillery fire resulting in a massive hull rupture.
Pilot Assessment
Positive Assessment:
  • There was a problem aboard and you declared an emergency. (+150)
  • A serious problem occurred during flight but you landed safely, nice job. (+4500)
  • Flying in a combat area and a safe landing. (+100)
Negative Assessment:
  • You made a very hard landing at -734 ft/mn and the tires sustained damage. (-400)

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