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2 small planes land safely after a mid air collision. (houston.cbslocal.com) 기타...

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linbb
Its sooooo nice that they told us how to say Cirrus, a lesson from the news paper on how to speak. LOL Just another high wing versis a low wing. Its easy to do and isnt the first time either. Glad all was ok and kept there wits about them to fly it untill it stops.
linbb
Woops looks like it was the other way around after finding the pix, Cessna on top, hmm bad pilot bad instructor.
davysims
From the sounds of it, the Cessna was climbing. The Cirrus may have been overtaking. Don't be too quick to blame the instructor in this case.
preacher1
You better read it again. The csssna lost it's right wheel as it poked thru the windshield of the cirrus. That puts it it on top.
HunterTS4
"The Cirrus may have been overtaking" <----I'd say there is no maybe about that Jack!
HunterTS4
haha right? Sih-rus
TexasKid747
Reporter, "... and the plane landed on the right front wheel..." Good LORD. We need a full investigation into the stupidity of reporting aviation incidents.
preacher1
I'd say there was a loss of SITUATIONAL AWARENESS by somebody. Glad they are all OK.
HunterTS4
weather here yesterday was CAVU
preacher1
@JW Wilson: would you please post a link to the story where you found this as it is not in the posted story or in the link sent below by biz jets. Just curious
preacher1
10-4 0n that. I f you are operating VFR and in uncontrolled airspace as the story says, you are supposed to have your eyes open.
preacher1
I wonder how many folks you sent to the book to find out what CAVU meant.lol It ain't hardly used anymore. Only an older pilot or military man would probably know what you are talking about.lol
bishops90
Lol , yeah haven't seen that in a while either. It was here this morning, now it's snowing.
HunterTS4
but those large displays in that Cirrus are so cool to look at.......hell the Cessna could have had em to. fly the airplane.
HunterTS4
well I'm 27 and have been taught everything airplane by a retired BUF driver.
preacher1
Well, both pilots did a good job of getting down. From the link above that bizjets posted, it looks like the Cirrus went in first and the Cessna in behind him. I'd have to say that that he had a huge wakeup call and probably needed clean pants.The instructor did real good holding up that right side on the Cessna. I hope that student took notice and paid attention cause that was a classic example of "It can happen to me".
preacher1
He's just a pup.lol. Pretty sharp for a pup though. Bad cold and partly cloudy yesterday. CAVU here all day, got up in the 50's, supposed to hit 60 tomorrow. Personall, I hope the ground hog was right this morning.lol
HunterTS4
.....what the heck was the official ground hogs name?!
preacher1
Punxsutawney Phil up in Pennsylvania
HunterTS4
Now that's a name!
preacher1
And I didn't know how to spell it. I copied it off Google.lol
bishops90
Well here's a big sweet tea toast to ol' Phil and his early spring!
TexasKid747
The Blonde female said it in the video on this video:

At about 55 sec:
http://www.kbtx.com/home/headlines/BREAKING-Plane-Making-Emergency-Landing-at-Easterwood-Airport-189365621.html

Actually, she said, "the plane's right front tire smashed through the windshield."
sparkie624
All things considered, not a bad landing.... Wonder if they got their wheel back :)
preacher1
And they seemed to think that it did.
TexasKid747
Which right front wheel? The inboard, or outboard, right front wheel? I think the anti-skid was on too, and the tire was 2 psi low... Just kidding Preacher.
preacher1
scuse me. I didn't catch that "RIGHT FRONT" part until just then. I guess I'm bad dense this morning. It's Monday.lol
sparkie624
Senior Moment I guess.
HunterTS4
Jay Dubya....it was a Cirrus......he probably knew all that, im sure he had bitchin betty callin it out
ToddBaldwin3
Ooops. Couldn't the paper at lease used stock photos of the aircraft involved, rather than pulling something of of Google Images, or where ever they found that photo?