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Flight ReportFlight: RE562Date: 2002-01-01Cubana de aviacion
Pilot's Name / UserNamesebastian / visitor
Aircraft Name:Boeing 737-200 cubana
Aircraft Type:Multi Engine Jet (MEJ)
Departure:MUPB - Playa Baracoa - Cuba
Arrival:MUVR - Juan Gualberto Gomez Intl - Cuba
Departure Time:12:06:00 (17:06:00 GMT)
Arrival Time:12:37:00 (17:38:00 GMT)
Passengers:88
Cargo:2300 kg
Flight Result:Horrible
Flight Data
Take-Off Weight:54179 kgLanding Weight:52998 kg
Take-Off fuel:11921 kgLanding Fuel:10674 kg
Total Block Time:00:32:15Total Block Time (Night):00:00:17
Total Airborne Time:00:28:04Total Time On Ground:00:04:16
Max Altitude:32142ftCruise Speed:212 kt (mach 0.34)
Landing Data
Landing Speed:119 kt
Landing Pitch:6.48
TouchDown Vertical Speed:-667.69 ft/mn
PAX Feedback
Passengers Opinion:71%
Detail:
  • Are relieved to have landed safely after the extreme weather they experienced during landing.
  • Hated that they did not see the entire movie.
  • Were anxious because they heard a loud sound coming from the rear of the aircraft upon take off.
  • Were anxious because they heard a loud sound coming from the rear of the aircraft upon landing.
  • Wonder if they landed or if they crashed (hard landing).
Incidents
Mayday Transmitted:none
Crash:no
Incident Report:
  • The pilot over rotated the aircraft upon take off and the tail hit the ground. The pilot over pitched the aircraft upon landing and the tail struck the ground.
Casualties:-
Pilot Assessment
Bonus:0
Positive Assessment:-
Penality:2368
Negative Assessment:
  • You made a very hard landing at -667 ft/mn and the tires sustained damage. (-400)
  • Exceeding maximum speed of this aircraft is very dangerous. (-600)
  • You have exceeded the flap speed limit by 21.85kts (-218)
  • Parking brake should only be used when that aircraft has stopped, you used it at speed of 59 kt your aircraft was damaged. (-400)
  • You over rotated on take off and your tail struck the ground. (-300)
  • You flared too much on landing and your tail struck the ground. (-300)
  • Stalling an aircraft full of passengers even with a problem aboard is NOT a good idea. (-150)


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