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Mid-Air Plane Collision Disaster | Crosswind Difficulties - Winter 2013/14 - At Up-Tube.com

Mid-Air Plane Collision Disaster Crosswind difficulties - winter 2013/14 1 day ago   01:48

ABC News
Two passenger jets heading directly at one another avoid a mid-air collision in the nick of time.

Comments 121 Comments

Why does the TCAS warning only comes on 8 miles apart, which gives Pilots only 25 seconds to do something??? The TCAS needs to come on much earlier than that. Let's give the pilots at least 2 mins to take actions to avoid the collision!
Jazz Gill
O my God
The best cure of the constipation for the people on board.
jeff kerr
Why is it always called a near miss? The 2 planes nearly missed each other. So dosent that imply they hit?
Zarzokimi chhangte chhangte
Airoplane have green and red it can crash
couldnt you deploy flaps not nose dive idiots?
Clive The Führer
How is this a “near miss”
sixteen miles a minute. Still pretty fast.
25 seconds is plenty of time.
Stop overexaggerating things. This happens often. It's called TCAS.
C. Lassard
Who put them on a collision course??
This is why I use United airlines
Wolf Blitzer
this will happen with cars too in the near future.
Rahul vinal Narayan
Let’s bitch-slap the controller shall we
Mr Winkler
OOh hell naaa
New Antarctictangle/JoMiMi
*_T R A F F I C_*
Chima Chinda
No news here.
Just TCAS doing its job.
playinggamer forlife
Why is it so laggy
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Crosswind difficulties - winter 2013/14 Mid-Air Plane Collision Disaster 1 day ago   11:02

Some landing and take-off highlights in awkward wind conditions at BHX this winter (a record winter for stormy conditions in the UK). Note the frequent flexing of the planes' wings in response to the turbulence.

Of the five "missed approaches" shown, three diverted to other airports, two were "go arounds" and landed successfully on second attempt.