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Man walks away after plane crash landing in Ingham


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Well, as the saying goes - any crash you can walk away from, is a good one! What better place to crash, than an airstrip?!  :cheezy grin:

 

A later report says he flipped it, and the aircraft also caught fire? He's a lucky lad, then.

 

 

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Oh Dear!!!.How embarrassing...…..Very sorry …..Not knowing the details, I Read the report but overlooked the date...Ah well...Thank you, Jason!...More careful next time...Cheers everyone...Franco.

 

 

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On his way north to Dysart but crashes at Ingham???

 

No. On his way South from Innisfail to Dysart. Landed at Ingham due to Weather and crashed it whilst  landing.

 

Jason

 

 

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No. On his way South from Innisfail to Dysart. Landed at Ingham due to Weather and crashed it whilst  landing.

 

Jason

 

Thanks for that can't explain how I got confused about that.

 

 

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Well, as the saying goes - any crash you can walk away from, is a good one! What better place to crash, than an airstrip?!  :cheezy grin:

 

A later report says he flipped it, and the aircraft also caught fire? He's a lucky lad, then.

 

 

 

They say that a good landing is one that you can walk away from, but that a GREAT  landing is one where the Flying Appliance is re-useable. . .

 

 

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Whatever ERA those sayings belong to they are irrelevant to NOW where we OWN our planes. A "great" landing is when no one knows when you actually touched down. except IF the runway has a lot of water on it , where you will aquaplane and/or burn a big flat on the tyre(s)  so a squeeky landing  is not aimed for . Nev

 

 

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