Thursday, August 27, 2009

Aborted Landing GE90 Engines Roar

An Air Canada Boeing 777-300ER makes her final approach to Heathrow Airport when suddenly the pilot aborts the attempt causing the GE90-115B engines to roar as the throttles are pushed to the maximum.

The reason the plane aborted the landing was because a Continental Boeing 777-224ER (N74007) hadn't cleared the runway in time either because it was too slow on approach or the Air Canada plane was too fast.

An amazing experience to be there almost underneath. We just hope our high definition, surround sound video lets you experience at least some of the thrill for yourselves.

Aircraft Registration: C-FITW
Aircraft Type: B777-3Q8ER
Manufacturer's Serial Number (MSN): 638

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