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Concorde Crash

Menschenleben forderte der Absturz der Concorde vor genau 20 Jahren. Am Juli startete die Air France-Maschine, das. Flugzeug-Unglück am Juli • 42 der Toten stammten aus NRW • Verein " Crash " hilft Opfern von Unglücken. Der Crash der Concorde war kein gewöhnlicher Flugzeugabsturz. Der für unmöglich gehaltene Unfall des elegantesten, teuersten und.

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A French appeals court overturned part of a lower court ruling on Thursday that had found Continental Airlines criminally liable for the crash of an Air France Concorde jet that killed people. However, it reaffirmed the civil penalties. Menschenleben forderte der Absturz der Concorde vor genau 20 Jahren. Am Juli startete die Air France-Maschine, das. Der Crash der Concorde war kein gewöhnlicher Flugzeugabsturz. Der für unmöglich gehaltene Unfall des elegantesten, teuersten und.

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On July 25, , Rock Hudson, a quintessential tall, dark and handsome Hollywood leading man of the s and s who made more than 60 films during his career, announces through a press release that he is suffering from acquired immune deficiency syndrome AIDS.

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Lieth was dead, but Bonnie, barely clinging to life, somehow survived. President Richard Nixon announces that henceforth the United States will expect its Asian allies to tend to their own military defense.

On July 25, , the American automaker Henry Ford sits down at his desk in Dearborn, Michigan and writes a letter to the Indian nationalist leader Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.

The letter effusively praises Gandhi and his campaign of civil disobedience aimed at forcing the Rarely is the cause of disaster something simple and unambiguous.

Both British Airways and Air France, the only two operators of the Concorde, grounded their fleets following the disaster. The planes were reintroduced following a fuel-tank redesign, but both carriers withdrew them from service permanently in , after 27 years of service, citing prohibitively expensive operating and upkeep costs.

Only twenty Concordes had been built, four of which were prototypes or pre-production examples. The Air France crash marked its only fatal accident.

Concorde, as you may or may not know, was not the only supersonic passenger aircraft. There was also its Soviet cousin, the Tupolev Tu, which also suffered a single fatal accident over the brief course of its commercial tenure.

In a Tu crashed during a demonstration at the Paris Air Show. The Tupolev had taken off from Le Bourget airport, where Captain Marty and his crew were attempting an emergency landing when their Concorde went down in Name required.

Email will not be published required. Would they have made it if 2 was not shut down? Surely 45, pounds of thrust might have made a difference, plus the yaw effect would have been greatly reduced.

I think the in the chain of errors, the shutdown of 2 was the straw that broke the camels back. The contentions are perfectly reasonable.

But by lumping them all together, the whole idea of an alternate explanation gets trashed. Both have compelling evidence to tip the balance on the conspiracy side.

This website has a good article and alot of content. Phatt Program. Another in the tragedy of errors: The standard procedure for both takeoffs and landings of Concorde is to inspect and clear the runway before.

The maximum takeoff speed of Concorde, up to knots, was considerably higher than any other commercial aircraft. The increased loading during rotation added to the extreme stresses on the tires.

This inspection was omitted following the use of the runway immediately preceding its use by Concorde. As is the case in so many other crashes of aircraft, if any one of the factors that produced the crash had not happened,the crash would not have occurred.

And even if every omission of mechanical factors had not taken place, Captain Marty would almost certainly have been able to land at Le Bourget IF the still-running 2 engine had not been shut down.

At the time of the crash I am informed from the inside that Rolls Royce had sitting ready to be fitted to the entire fleet, brand new completely redeveloped engines that would slash the fuel bills, reduce noise and make her more efficient.

Anyone confirm this? I have been asked by press for my source, if I had a name I would not give it! I have always been certain that the decision to end the reign of Concorde was neither a financial one nor a safety one.

This fact was told to us by the commentary pilot on our Biscay flight on 12th March and proves that just 4 months before the crash the Concorde fleet was economically if not viable then at least acceptable.

The reputation was down. I think many people would have avoided flying with a Concorde anyway. Ok, I have just noticed that the Concorde was operated commercially again for some time until Oct As indicated by the TV program, Seconds from Disaster, the fire was sufficiently serious to start to liquefy the wing structure and cause lost controlability.

On the off chance that this is valid, the harmed wing may have made the flying machine unflyable before the fire consumed itself out.

On the off chance that the rigging had come up, it would probably have covered the fire which was starting from the fuel spill in the wheel well.

In most cases if you take out one of the chains, the accident in question would not have occurred.

This can be applied with this Concorde disaster. If you remove the overweight status, the tailwind causing it to be further overweight or the metal strip, this accident would not have occurred.

That does not mean that Continental should be to blame. As the author stated, accidents are accidents. There does not always have to be someone to blame.

Why was a welder allowed to pop rivet a titanium strip to an aircraft engine? I am a retired aircraft maintenance engineer who held licenses in the UK, Australia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and The Bahamas as well an AP Mechanic with TWA.

The article above is a disgusting piece of Journalism which relies on opinion rather than fact. Continental survived by using chapter eleven and cutting financial corners.

It seems like the tires were a vulnerable part of the airplane during take off and an NTSB concern. Was it just a matter of time until fragments from a blow out hit something vital?

There had been Concordes that had tire failures on takeoff from USA airports. Some of those aircraft had continued across the Atlantic Ocean to Europe.

This greatly irritated the FAA as the failing tire fragments could have damaged hydraulic or electric components needed for braking and landing gear extension.

Normally you expect a pilot that has such a failure to request a return to airport after burning off fuel for a safer landing.

It seemed as though the Concorde operators were desperate to avoid USA FAA and NTSB investigations into how they were doing Concorde takeoff computations and Concorde maintenance.

Such a terrible tragedy! My heart goes out to the cockpit crew who had so little time to make the right decisions,cabin crew,and all those passengers who were looking forward to the holiday of a lifetime.

Plane overweight,no headwind,the missing spacer in the wheel hub, ingestion of landing light,the terrible fire from the ruptured tank, number 2 engine shut down too quick.

But in over reports over the years, I have found only one mention of the officially discounted evidence of three fire engine crews, who maintained that the tyre broke up closer to the start of the take off where the runway surface was badly worn due to landing aircraft.

Apparently the runway was resurfaced very soon after the incident. But the bent strip of metal found later seemed to match the damage found in a tyre.

Its such a Shame that so often the truth can NOT be told and it just turns into a cover up, like the Air France Concord disaster! TO not TELL THE truth IS SOMETHING else!

Much obliged to you for this instructive piece. The Concorde was an astonishing plane and I lament its passing.

Entrancing analysis, Patrick. Be that as it may, it again makes one wonder, why rush to lay accuse as opposed to sitting tight for prove?

Appears as though once in a while is the initial introduction adjust. I am helped likewise to remember the very brisk capture of the 2 American pilots whose private plane crashed into a Brazilian aircraft over the rainforest.

I recently stumbled across this article when linked from an instagram post from Speedbird Concorde. As has been written by many others in the comments section below dredging up the hearsay that did not find its way into the final legally issued report from the BEA is pointless.

Unless there is a re-opening of the official enquiry I would suggest the doom and gloom mongerers and finger pointers go and turn their attention to something more useful.

Oswald, who witnesses said was in the cafeteria at the time of the shooting, just happened to be at the window of the building with loaded rifle at hand?

Let me get my tin hat. Back to Concorde. If all the others are true, so is this. Certainly, it was appropriate to overturn the charges against Continental Airlines, in view of the fact that the spacer bar was sitting in the repair facility, having not been installed, although this was deemed as insignificant in its effect.

Even recently, when I found out about it, it was saddening. This full account of what happened really put their reaction media, Air France, etc.

Unfortunately, this shows how people may react when human errors either caused by themselves or others collectively incite a terrible incident like this.

I really do hope and pray that more people will stop trying to point fingers. A good reaction is the best action to solve a complication, even one as drastic as this one was.

The Concorde crash was inevitable when the second engine was lost. It put the airplane, I suspect, on the back-side of the power curve and was unable to accelerate.

The loss of the second engine explains everything. According to the television program, Seconds from Disaster, the fire was intense enough to begin to melt the wing structure and cause a loss of controlability.

If this is true, then the damaged wing might have made the aircraft unflyable before the fire burned itself out.

Also, according to the Seconds from Disaster program, the crew tried to raise the landing gear but the gear could not be raised because the exploding tire fragments had damaged electrical connections in the wheel well.

If the gear had come up, it would likely have smothered the fire which was originating from the fuel leak in the wheel well. I have seen a plot of where various debris and marks were found on the runway but it was a very poor copy.

Do you have a clear copy? I have read the main report and now have all three which I intend to read with an open mind. I have also read dozens of opinions of senior pilots, trainers, and others including former Concorde crew.

Marty was a well liked pilot by all accounts. A littany of mistakes happenend that day and from what I have read that continued with BEA approach to vision worthy of Nelson.

It may have been a combination of ground and flight crews that brought the plane down but it was Jean-Cyril Spinetta and Airbus that ensured it stayed there.

Everyone that says the Concorde should have just run off the runway, please understand. That plane was going miles an hour when the tire blew.

How many people would have died if the plane went off the runway and went through houses and buildings? Thanks for the website. It just happened to trigger my memory for that tragedy event.

So, I would like to share a little about it. We left that hotel to go to Charles de Gaulle airport at around AM the tragedy morning of Thu, July 25th, to fly back to USA.

Just less than 6 hours later, the Concorde crashed in! We were in Rome, Italy before flew back to Paris and stayed at this hotel.

I still keeping our hotel receipt though. Vincent, I can only imagine what must have gone through your mind when you learned of the crash.

There is a further implication of the missing spacer in that scrubbing tyres would generate heat, this may well cause the thermal fuses to blow and deflat the tyres, this would slow deceleration and create a sticky rubber tyre which fails when it passes over the metal strip in a way that no tyre had every failed before!

This tells me their breifing was routine and their minds were somewhere else. And the Engineer not being a Pilot explains why he didnt know what and engine shut down does in the performance of the plane.

He aplied the engine fire checklist way too early. CRM was poorly explained to this Pilots. NO AIRPLANE IS DESIGNED TO FLY WITH AN ENGINE OUT AND ITS GEAR DOWN.

AND ALL ENGINE TROUBLE MUST BE DEAL WITH AFTER feet, the second segment of the take off. The most likely cause would be rubber from the burst tyre getting launched upwards into the landing gear where it cuts some of the power cables responsible for raising the gear.

Who grounded the Concorde? Who crashed it? Who covered up the truth? Certainly not the Americans. You never take-off on any aircraft without making certain the center of gravity is within its allowable limits and the all up weight of the aircraft is below NOT above the allowable maximum take-off weight.

None of the crew knew what was happening. They were ttoo relaxed too over confident. Is NOT fate is the hunter is the men who fly it. It was a tragic accident.

Finger pointing does not serve any purpose now. Care should be taken for such accidents not to happen again. My heart goes out to the victims of this accident, many of them children.

The type of wing design used on the aircraft meant it had to fly faster to gain lift — the basic principle of flight. Three engines at first, then two once the Flight Engineer shut 2 down.

The time and distance to Gonesse, where the airplane fell, was less than a go-around. Have attended lectures about this air crash, and read the accompanying guide, and talked at length to an aircraft enthusiast who has studied the available information.

I have always been skeptical of the findings. To quick to be ethically correct. Personalities should not be protected. The SST program should never have been comprised.

The Concorde program should never have been terminated. The human race is the poorer for the demise of the project. Surely advance comes hand in hand with adversity.

Subsequently, all Supersonic Concordes were grounded to prevent further mass […]. Her comments drew me to refresh my recollections of the original accident report and subsequent disagreements with the conclusions.

It is clear the aircraft was improperly prepared for flight, being both overweight and incorrectly trimmed. In this condition it was committed to take off in a light wind that at the time may have been directly behind the aircraft.

These marginal circumstances combined with the possible instability and drag induced by the missing spacer may have slowed lift-off, although this is not the BEA view.

Not a critical circumstance in itself perhaps, but the failure of the tyre and the rupture of the tank was.

The resultant fire doomed the aircraft, crew and passengers. It is beyond belief to talk of surviving if this action or that had been done instead of what was.

Having already shut down engine 2, engine 1 was also shut down which further increased the yawing motion of the aircraft because of power imbalance and the drag induced by the fire then raging inboard of the left engines.

Even if sufficient flying speed could have been attained, exerting control for a survivable landing at this weight and aft C of G must have been an impossible task even if the fire did not bring about catastrophic structural failure before doing so.

If it had carried on the ground it would have collided with a waiting …. Dear Mr. Smith, Terrific story, very revealing and, though clear, filled with relevant detail.

I am currently writing an article about the Concorde one of the designs featured in my book Elegant Solutions for the Smithsonian website, and would very much appreciate your impressions of the aircraft unrelated to the disaster in France.

Drop a note if you can, or give me a call in California at The point is exactly the opposite. This Concorde may well have retired without a single loss of life had the people maintaining and operating had followed procedures.

The Concorde was a failure. It was intended to be a commercial success. But it was a total failure as no airlines would buy any.

BA and Air France, flag carriers of the UK and France, were compelled to take them. When the time came they were glad to get rid of them. Even after a large infusion of public cash into the USA SST program it was canceled when it was realized that it would not be a profitable venture.

I was reading through some old posts, just for fun, when I spotted an error that I missed the first time through.

A tonne is kilograms, or about 1. It therefore would have been more accurate to say that the plane was at least 6.

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But with only 2km of runway remaining and travelling at high speed, captain Christian Marty had no option but to take-off. A Spanish truck driver and his wife were driving past Charles de Gaulle airport at the time.

Knowing that the iconic Concorde was due to take-off any moment, the woman had her video camera on record.

She captured the only moving images of the stricken jet as it struggled to climb with flames burning out from beneath its wings. A Japanese tourist was on a sat on the runway at Charles de Gaulle — he too snapped pictures of the doomed airliner as it headed for disaster.

The crew were trying to head for nearby Le Bourget airport to make an emergency landing, but the damaged jet could not get enough airspeed and with its engines failing it crashed into the Hotelissimo in Gonesse killing everyone on board and five people on the ground.

In some cases whole families were wiped out when they should have been sipping champagne en route to their dream holiday. The accident happened the day after British Airways confirmed that hairline cracks had been discovered in the wings of all seven of its Concorde fleet.

At first it was thought to be an engine problem, but an investigation revealed a catalogue of events that may have contributed to the tragedy.

However the air crash investigation found that a piece of debris had fallen onto the runway from an earlier Continental Airlines plane.

Concorde ran over this piece of metal, bursting a tyre causing rubber to fly up and rupture a fuel tank.

Leaking fuel then ignited causing the fire. The Concorde fleet was grounded after the crash, but started to fly again 15 months after the crash.

But some believe the supersonic jet's reputation never recovered, and the last Concorde flight landed in London Heathrow from New York in October The Concorde would have needed at least 3 km of runway to safely abort the flight.

The aircraft did not gain enough air speed because of the damage to the landing gear bay prevented retraction of the wheels.

The airplane was unable to climb or accelerate. The fire caused the port wing to disintegrate.

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