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NL B734 Damaged During Engine Run Up

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Shaheen Air International Boeing 737-4Q8 AP-BJR with substential damage on fuselage and horizontal stabilizer due to an engine run up on loose bricks. (www.airliners.net) さらに...

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WALLACE24
Apparently building a huge patio doesn't make a good airport.
lahtiji
lahtiji 6
That'll buff right out...
preacher1
slap a little bondo on there while you are buffing

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preacher1
I really couldn't tell from the story but as it was a run up, it may have been mechanics at the controls.

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preacher1
Well, I thought that's what us old guys was supposed to do. Ain't nobody forcing you to read 'em.
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 6
That's what old guys do, LOL
preacher1
Thank you kind gentlemen for your support. LOL
CaptainFreedom
At least he's retired....some of us do this while at work....not naming names :)
FAwareM
FAwareM 0
If only you'd taken some of your own advice, Eric...
WALLACE24
You up early.
preacher1
Lapful of Grandkids that got up bad early this morning. Did you go up to Sparta this weekend or watch it on TV?
WALLACE24
No. In Chicago headed to michigan to play golf for couple days. Have a good Sunday.
WALLACE24
Never been to a race there. Lol
preacher1
10-4, be careful/enjoy. Later
smoki
smoki 0
OK smart guy. Enlighten us and define an "unexpressed thought" in the context of this forum! Just asking..
johncook1
Thanks John now I got beer shooting out my nose!
mwilliams78
I wish there was a video...
That would have been pretty spectacular to see when it happened.
stevooz
patio bricks .. now that's cost cutting for ya !! ryanair look out !
preacher1
According to some comments on the story itself, paver bricks at som UK airports are used but that they had the good sense to use mortar between them, LOL. Laid dry, we see the results. LOL
LordLayton
They even stone their own planes over there too?
Bernie20910
...everybody must get stoned...
TorstenHoff
A couple of decades ago there was a British Harrier that did a demo at an airshow held at a post-WWII Dutch airbase in Germany. It turns out you can't hover over pavers either. The jet blast dug up the pavers and sent them flying in all directions.
preacher1
I think this is OPST, somewhere in Eastern Pakistan. If so, it has been there awhile to commence with. This is still used in a lot of places and if maintained, not bad, cheap, fast, easy, but if not maintained or used for a runup, then you see the results.
usaskiracer1210
Maintenance then used duck tape to repair the aircraft.
RECOR10
RECOR10 0
Its DUCT tape, not "Duck" tape - however, "Duck" is a brand of Duct tape ;-)
bdarnell
bdarnell 1
Gives a whole new meaning to "kiss the bricks ."
RobertBogdan
TELL THE WIFE NOT TO RUN UP THE VACUUM CLEANER ON THE BLOCKS ON THE PATIO.NEAT PICS OF THE DAMAGE..
sailsomsen
Hey, I think I found the missing plane....
KDSM
Wow can't imagine the force of those bricks hitting the aircraft. Significant damage on those wings.
vettdvr
PSP was much better at preventing FOD but in dry weather the dust would blow up and in wet weather they were slicker than SSSSSSSSSSSSS
sgbelverta
Idea of bricks has merit. Implementation was terrible.
sparkie624
That is pretty cheap.. I am surprised they did not sink the gear into the ground before they could do the run up...
dtw757
mike SUT 0
Would love to have seen the expressions on the faces of those doing the run-up. I can just hear them saying to one another.."think anyone will notice?" Or maybe..."Quick, call Home Depot and see if you can get someone to fix this before they find out"

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