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AA 757 Accident at Sint Maarten Runway - UHD 4K

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Nose #landing gear failure at #SXM #Airport on January 20, 2016. #American Airlines #Boeing 757-2B7 (WL), N939UW. Took 3 days to repair before finally flying off to Charlotte / Douglas Intl. When taxiing for departure the plane suffered a steering problem with the nose landing gear and was towed away. Subscribe to 8KNext and stay updated for awesome videos! #8KNext #StMaarten #SXM #landing
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Nathan Elcoate (14 days ago)
One thing I have always wondered is, why is there exhaust coming out of the rear of the centre of the plane, if the engines are on the wings? What is that rear, centre exhaust for please?
Nathan Elcoate (13 days ago)
@Stunning Videos Thankyou very much. I really appreciate that.
Stunning Videos (14 days ago)
Nathan Elcoate An auxiliary power unit (APU) that provides energy for functions other than propulsion. Aircraft APUs generally produce 115 V alternating current (AC) at 400 Hz (rather than 50/60 Hz in mains supply), to run the electrical systems of the aircraft; others can produce 28 V direct current (DC).
rayboi33 (23 days ago)
What Effin accident all this the Hype for a nose steering Malfunction what a idiot your Misleading and spamming People
Stunning Videos (17 days ago)
Watch your mouth. Or should I say, fingers? First, I never spammed you or anyone else. Second, you don't call people you don't know idiots, by doing so you just show others who you are, didn't your mother tell you that? Third, learn to use your own language.
fatlittleparasite (2 months ago)
Fly high captain, RIP to the families
Accident? Really? It's just a problem not an accident.
Cool. Subscribed
Bill B (1 year ago)
Doesn’t like an accident...more like mechanical. Click bait at its best!
Stunning Videos (1 year ago)
Crash would have been a bait. But not all accidents are crashes.
Owws :(
healey100austin (1 year ago)
Did I miss something?
Greg W (1 year ago)
If that had Toyota Airlines that front wheel wouldn't have broken, they build em better than that in Texas. ha ha ha
anthony w (1 year ago)
I hate when that happens
Michael Macluskie (1 year ago)
American junk at its best, American equipment is SHIT and American Pilots always seem to be crashing their Airplanes....its a nightmare to fly in any American Airline or in any American Airplane. Americans do not understand and have not implemented a thing called Quality Control yet....they still fly by the seat of their pants. USA = PURE RUBBISH.
D. Peters (1 year ago)
ACCIDENT? HARDLY. Mechanical due to nose wheel over steer, yes. Mechanical, not accident...no collision with anything happened.
Diego Arpino (1 year ago)
0:46 Looks like JetBlue flight 292. 0:58 What type of plane is that on bottom right with the red bottom?
Higha Truth (1 year ago)
bill hanna (1 year ago)
and one of these was suppose to go threw an 18 foot hole in the Pentagon, pigs will fly.
geofredo Aristimuño (1 year ago)
Excelentes videos
Van Aus (1 year ago)
Here, HEAR! I concur with Mr Treetop64! Judas, Monsieur ClickBait. A simple, yet squawkable Nose Gear malfunction. The Tug, able to circumvent the Hydraulics with a removable FlightFlag or Flightpin, if you prefer. Which, the Groundcrew always inserts in the Landing Gear upon shutdown at their respective gate. Required if you want a Tug on Pushback. (Sounds like an oxymoron 🤣) I suspect they have a Hydraulic Issue. I hope you don't scream, in flight, "We're going down. WE'RE GOING TO DIE", because your Aircraft hits some turbulence. NUMBNUT!
Peter Beedle (1 year ago)
Gear failure is not an accident.
ThePowerfulMach5 (1 year ago)
Looks like a Grumman Tiger nose gear. God i hated those
João de Deus Netto (1 year ago)
American Air Line com aeronave AirBus?...Computação gráfica?....
Stunning Videos (1 year ago)
Try reading the description. This is Boeing 757.
Paul Furey (1 year ago)
Pathetic..and I fell for it of course!
LaczPro (1 year ago)
At first, the "accident" clickbait make my mind to think this was a plane simulator. But then, the landing gear looked "very realistic" to be a simulator. That was weird.
Liche Christ (1 year ago)
Were the passengers allowed to deplane during repairs?
dog town (1 year ago)
if that would have broken on landing ,holy shit that would be a horrible accident.good thing it happened before take off.
Tyler Buckley (1 year ago)
Mechanical failure more like it not accident
Hugh Ghazz (1 year ago)
No "accident" its called equipment failure....
Birgir Guðjonsson (1 year ago)
Why is this an accident ?
chris kelly (1 year ago)
8K Next... your a wee bum boy
Carl Jansen (1 year ago)
What camera did you use to record that video? The quality is stunning. I honestly thought I was watching an MSFX video until I saw the ground crew working the landing gear.
Stunning Videos (1 year ago)
Thank you, I used Sony FDR-AX100 and iPhone 6s on a gimbal for this.
James Purcell (1 year ago)
I had an accident this morning. I took a shit in the toilet.
Dana Danarosana (1 year ago)
3 extra days at Sint Maarten on AA's dime? Bummer!!
Fermain Jackson (1 year ago)
I guess you don't know the meaning of accident. Nevertheless, it's a very clear video....
CND27 (1 year ago)
That's not even AA "metal " That's Parker's Airways LUS 757-200 not even an AA flight crew !!! Lmao!!!
AFI Purchasing (1 year ago)
Guess your definition of accident is different than mine.
Bob Boberson (1 year ago)
Yeah, that's not an accident, dumbshit.  But an interesting turn of events.
Mastacheifa 118 (1 year ago)
Think of this like dislocating your knee and not being able to walk... so some guy comes up and drags you by the foot xD
Elaine Kayes (1 year ago)
No accident
Steve S (1 year ago)
How do you call this an Accident? Maybe you should refer to websters when making your titles? This was a maint issue
canalla33157 (1 year ago)
Not an accident
tiffany perreira (1 year ago)
The gear got twisted when they turned to line up with the runway :/
Anthony A (1 year ago)
Geminijets246 (1 year ago)
What kind of camera shot this?
DJ DA VINCI (1 year ago)
Oh nooo..
Lucifer 825Daryl (1 year ago)
good thing it happen there, before they took off
Diego Arpino (1 year ago)
Or else it would have occurred like JetBlue flight 292.
Im lest (1 year ago)
edal61 (1 year ago)
To me it looked as if the pilot did not straighten the nose gear on time, it seems like so because they increase the power after stopping, expecting the aircraft to move forward as if the gear was straight, instead the aircraft keeps on turning left.
Carlo (2 years ago)
Wtf happened at gear ?
christph3118 (2 years ago)
The pin sheared on nose gear
Guillaume Huet (2 years ago)
Plane: "Screw them! I don't want to leave this dream place"
VETERE 05 (2 years ago)
Luckily they found it before take off rather than landing. Xo. Safe travels
Lucas Reed (2 years ago)
Better there than on landing.
Oldlionel (2 years ago)
I worked line service at Teterboro NJ for many years. Back in the 80s we had a regular customer with a Canadair Challenger 601. It either suffered a hard landing on the nose gear during arrival or it happened many months prior....no one knows. It taxied in, we parked it, and later attached the tow bar to move it. The tug had not even moved the plane a few feet and BANG......the trunion pin in the nose gear snapped. The nose gear shifted precariously about 10 degrees past vertical. It then took about 8 hours to get the nose lifted onto air bags on top of a dolly and get the airplane into the hangar. Once there, it took 2 mechanics 30 days to dismantle the nose gear assembly all the way down to the sheet metal inside the well and repair it just enough to fly the plane out with the gear locked in the down position. It was taken back to the factory for a full repair. We were told the damage estimate was closed to 1 million. Many people blamed the tug driver. But the mechanics knew better. There is no way to do that kind of damage with a tug. A tug would have broken the sheer pins to which the tow bar attaches to, thus letting the tow bar fall to the ground without shock damage to the nose gear assembly.
David Bately (2 years ago)
An incident not an accident.
falfarizi hasan (2 years ago)
Its a nice day to takeoff, would be a shame if
josh sanderson (2 years ago)
Never heard of sint maarten u dumb fuck
mariogl69 (2 years ago)
bad video title : it was not an accident, it was an incident. But to get more viewers you can lie on the title, right?
Jacob Wilk (2 years ago)
+Mateo TV I realized u knew it was a 757 sorry
Jacob Wilk (2 years ago)
why u guys making a big deal of the wrong title ,  as long as the title sorta pairs up with the video its fine
Jacob Wilk (2 years ago)
+Mateo TV
Jacob Wilk (2 years ago)
+Mateo TV dude , its a 757-200 Ive flown on an a321 and a 757 , look again its a 757-200
Collin (2 years ago)
What camera did you use to record this video, please ? Thank you.
Collin (2 years ago)
Thank you.
Stunning Videos (2 years ago)
Collin (2 years ago)
OK, thanks. SO the video camera is Sony AX100, right ?
Stunning Videos (2 years ago)
It begins with 6s )
Collin (2 years ago)
Thank you. Did you mean the Sony AX100 ? And also, is there any way you can tell me please when does the recording with iPhone 6S start ? Thank you.
Mateo (2 years ago)
It's actually a A321, not a B757.
john walt (2 years ago)
This 757 is fitted with Rolls Royce RB211 engines, GE engines were never an option on the 757
Mateo (2 years ago)
Zzyxx oh it's a 757 srry
Joey C (2 years ago)
Bro, look up N939UW and see for yourself that its a 757. BTW this aircraft was fitted with either Pratt and Whitney or Rolls Royce engines and I'm not exactly sure if GE engines were used too.
Mateo (2 years ago)
8K Next look at the engine it's different than the 757s engine.
Joey C (2 years ago)
8K Next You are correct, its a 757-2B7.
redeye18477 (2 years ago)
Better a problem on the ground than in the air
Matthew 1994 (2 years ago)
well that's just not right
Mike Kangas (2 years ago)
As a ramper for American, the fact that a few of those guys didn't have the proper PPE made me ever so slightly annoyed.
rampking1 (1 year ago)
One word from a fellow NWA/Delta ramper...."outsourced"
Joop Beense (2 years ago)
No This is not an accident but a technical failure and who's fault it is, is not really important. It happend on the ground, so please don't be so dramatic.
Grumpy Mc Fudge (2 years ago)
i was the pilot & yeah the wheels didnt work
LaszloPanaflex (2 years ago)
The "accident" was clicking on this pos.
mariogl69 (2 years ago)
why "accident"?
Shamayah David (2 years ago)
You idiot! This is not classified as an "accident," but as an incident if any! THRUST ON THE LEFT SIDE WOULD HAVE RESOLVED IT!
Oh well (1 year ago)
The nose gear was hydraulically locked, thrust would not have done anything to resolve the problem. The failure was a mechanical problem. Sometimes you just need parts to fix things.
Concorde Aviation (2 years ago)
Three AA aircraft!
Rick Charles (2 years ago)
Sergio Florio (2 years ago)
Is wasn't clearey and "accident", it was an "incident" instead. But, as we say "shit happens"...!
Wildkatz123HH (2 years ago)
"Accident" is more dramatic. It is to catch the viewers attention to watch the video!
stubones (10 months ago)
It's called clickbait. Kind of like using a thumbnail of a hot girl's cleavage to get guys (and lesbians) to click on a video and then said girl in thumbnail never appears in the video at all.
stubones (10 months ago)
No, you shut up. it's clearly clickbait. I only clicked because I saw the word "accident". Clickbait proven.
Liche Christ (1 year ago)
... and it worked! btw, very clear video!
Liverpool Supercars (1 year ago)
Wildkatz123HH oh shut up
Pinatubo (2 years ago)
It's not an accident but a minor incident. All accidents can also be described as incidents – but NOT all incidents are accidents.
Graeme Williams (2 years ago)
An A 320 landed like that, no problem !
Richard James Lengthon (11 months ago)
Leighton Samms fucking retarded child
Richard James Lengthon (11 months ago)
Johnny Delvillar you fly an airline because they have made an emergency landing..
JM G (1 year ago)
Dat Carguy (1 year ago)
Graeme Williams “LANDED”
Norlin Kalamazoo (1 year ago)
Do you know nothing about aircraft? Why exactly would you have to replace the entire nose gear? What wasted fuel are you talking about? Bad PR? Well. it happens when you are honest with the public.
Marty Mahem (2 years ago)
That's called a "malfunction", not an accident.
M (2 years ago)
awww so close to leaving lol
transitfan954 (2 years ago)
Ironically, this plane is at SXM right now! Arrived at 14:11 AST from Charlotte (flight 1753). It's leaving at 3:25 PM AST for Philadelphia (flight 866) (this info courtesy of FlightRadar24.com
Diego Arpino (1 year ago)
How do you know? Can you tell by the serial number on the side?
Tinus Oosthuizen (2 years ago)
American seems to have a lot of maintenance issues of late...
dog town (1 year ago)
American made means nothing lol our cars are garbage
Tyler Buckley (1 year ago)
Because that company likes to take short cuts on maintenance of the aircraft look at Chicago DC10 disaster it was a maintenance problem not using the proper tools or equipment that caused the engine on the left wing to fall off that was caused by a fracture when a fork lift was removing the engine from the pylon on the wing mount now if they used the proper lift for that engine it would not have crashed on take off like that AA is notorious for that short cuts just to save money I would rather fly southwest airlines than american Any day
Richard C. Hoating (1 year ago)
It's a BOEING 757!... not an Airbus...
Oh well (1 year ago)
I think this airplane is made by Air Bus not a US built airplane. More junk from Europe!
Ryan Collier (2 years ago)
One reason of that is because of US Airways, like in this video that 757 is ex us, the other reason is because one of Americans main maintenance facilities, Fort Worth Alliance, closed in 2015. (Which was a really stupid idea because it's putting many 757 and 767s out of service)
Brain Salad Surgery (2 years ago)
What a horrible accident, after watching so much tragedy and  devastation, I turned myself into a Catholic, a truly altar boy.
Jeremy Vallejo (1 month ago)
be a cristian not a catholic
SurfinUSA (2 months ago)
I nearly spilled my popcorn.
R Diaz (2 years ago)
Too bad you didn't turn yourself into a doorknob.
peileii (2 years ago)
Mechanical Failure, at best. Take "Accident" out of the title.
Ezequiel Neto (2 years ago)
This is not accident...
Incident really........great video
Almar Albaran (2 years ago)
Pretty sure the passengers were very pissed.... Extended vacation....
Juan Marra (1 year ago)
Almar Albaran pa to roboap
erik fiers (2 years ago)
Almar Albaran pol
R Diaz (2 years ago)
Hey, I wouldn't mind, so long as I got a hotel room on the house and 2 more days of riding the fence.
James Swift (2 years ago)
Almar Albaran Only the extension would be an hour more at the airport
SLCScanner (2 years ago)
Steering incident at Saint Maarten would have been better this is not an accident.
Um Hi? (2 years ago)
reverendMRK (2 years ago)
That's one clean and pretty bird. 4K makes a difference. Great footage
Toby Khalid (2 years ago)
Probaly a ground crew forgot to remove RBF tag or Just a detached wired
Marko Angelovski (2 years ago)
100th comment
Bobby Paluga (2 years ago)
N939UW was manufactured in 11/94, it's owned by a Wells Fargo Bank Aviation Leasing-Salt Lake City, Utah, leased to America West Airlines as a new aircraft, then transferred into US Airways and in 2014 transferred to America Airlines. The aircraft as with all HP 757's was equipped with Rolls Royce RB 211 engines. Next D Check 1/2019
Bobby Paluga (2 years ago)
More on the landing gear problems AA was having with their MD-80s http://ac360.blogs.cnn.com/2008/04/09/“no-blood-no-foul”-approach-to-air-safety/
Andrew Anane (2 years ago)
was it gonna takeoff or it had just landed?
GTADriver64 GTAPlayer (2 years ago)
0:19 the moment as you want to take off straight ahead, but then the what the fuck over your head when the plane turns left..
Bill Harris (2 years ago)
For all of the 'accident/incident' commenters, perhaps it could be labeled as an 'event'. Works for me. Anyway, great video!
Bill B (1 year ago)
Mechanical Failure does not equate to “Accident”. Click bait title.
Stunning Videos (2 years ago)
Thank you, Bill!
Napoleon Blownapart (2 years ago)
what a rare catch
MrRathel (2 years ago)
Its an incident, not accident.
Romano (2 years ago)
Its a fuckin Boeing!!!! What do you expect...
TheRublixCube (2 years ago)
By the way. An a350 has more range than a 777, and is more efficient than a 787. But 777 is the jack of all trades imo.
soaringtractor (2 years ago)
@SlappingMachine 121 FUCK YOU !!!!!
TheRublixCube (2 years ago)
Hey, opinions are a thing. Would you fly on a "scarebus" if you were forced to? Or otherwise be shot. Airbus aint better than boeing, boeing aint better than airbus. Can we just stop this fucking A vs B war? Aircraft of both airlines do their job, bring homo sapiens from point A to point B.
soaringtractor (2 years ago)
@SlappingMachine 121 How do you know fly by wire would NOT exist without Scarebus ???? Many military planes have used fly by wire for many many years !!! It is NOT an Scarebus thing !!!!!! DUUUUHH !!!!
TheRublixCube (2 years ago)
Look, don't blatantly hate on airbus. If it wasn't for Airbus, fly-by-wire systems wouldn't exist. I say it again, BOTH companies are great. The latter isn't better OR worse than the former.

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