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Is This The Most Dangerous Takeoff Ever Captured On Video?

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These old Antonovs were built to plow through just about anything within reason, but these pilots throw reason into the mud. (youtu.be) さらに...

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DMenscha
Can you imagine doing the weight and balance on the flight? Empty weight check, fuel load check, passenger weight check, 500 pounds of mud on the fuselage......umm check.
onceastudentpilot
OMG this is every rednecks dream.....screw crop dusting and a John Deere the Russians have perfected a way to plow the fields using a plane.
smoki
smoki -2
And what would you know about so-called rednecks, plowing a field or crop dusting except what you've seen or read? Not much I suspect.
onceastudentpilot
It was a joke but apparently I struck a nerve...lol....besides you have no idea what I know
SootBox
SootBox 6
When the tower tells approaching planes "Caution... wake turbulence", I bet many don't think of the wake being muddy water.
TorstenHoff
I'm sure the captain's shorts are just as muddy now...
conmanflyer
It's what those planes were designed to do. but in anycase, CHECK OUT THAT RUDDER! :D learn a thing or two from that guy!
captainjman
There are bold pilots and there are old pilots, but there are no old, bold pilots
conmanflyer
thank god im still young!
zennermd
zennermd 3
Would that qualify as parasitic drag...maybe?
smoki
smoki 1
Well there's generally only two kinds at that speed, i.e. parasitic and induced. Do you think it could have been induced drag in accordance with the usual aerodynamic convention? Just curious.
WALLACE24
They were on the virge of needing a seaplane.
bentwing60
Looks good to me. He's a Russian, they told him to go fly, he did! You guys never flew freight did you.
danishnelson
Okay, many problems here. The plane could have veered of runway, land gear could have shot because of drag, the plane could have all of a sudden stopped, and too much mud indigestion in the air intake and engines!!!!

Its amazing that the plane got off the ground!
conmanflyer
(in response to the first sentence)- but it didn't
unclebigpete
and it's obvious (IMHO) from the other videos of takeoffs in different seasons that the airport in question ALWAYS has a wet/muddy runway, so hundreds of similar takeoffs, probably by the same pilots, have been successful. It's skill, local knowledge, and large gonads!
nickpiszczek
3 could haves that never happened. You have to love pilots that understand the machine its capabilities and its engines. They got the job done while sideliners sit in there easy chairs. This happens every day somewhere on some level with freight dogs, and there is rarely a camera around to record it. Its amazing how many nay Sayers there are on this clip...It only presupposes we would have never got off the ground.
nickpiszczek
Historically that is...Orville and Wilbur would be beaming.
RogParish
Landing is going to be fun after all that mud on the landing gear freezes up at altitude!
alan75035
He'll just descend down to treetop level for a good brushing.
dg1941
I would hate to be the poor guy to have to clean it.
SootBox
SootBox 2
He's flown that plane a few times. I'd be on heart medicine if it were me.
pr0ject
http://youtu.be/XUtYlR28Yb4

Found the footage on youtube which works better for me.
RobSJC
It's Russia that explains it all .. were these pilots drunk too ?
WALLACE24
Anybody can learn to fly sober. Vodka increases risk tolerance too.
THRUSTT
THRUSTT -2
U could say the same for Alaska...
jesuslovestodd
My question is why did he retract the gear so soon? After a muddy take off wouldn't it make sense to get the plane up to max gear extended speed to "blow" off any extra mud?
WALLACE24
Maybe he wanted to decrease drag real soon
laxlover
How the f***??
pilatuspilot
That was insane. I want to know how they calculated takeoff distance.
unclebigpete
1 Measure runway length
2 allow 100feet for turning at end
etc

LOL
volvodadfast
Here's the onboard footage:
http://youtu.be/nGGduq-xb88
oly720man
Different day. The outdoor one is snowy, the onboard one isn't
unclebigpete
hope that guy didn't pay extra for the window-seat view!
howej011
damn thats dangerous
bighoss81
Im speechless
TWA55
TWA55 1
Guess they don't pay attention to standing water regs in OM...
pr0ject
Won't play for FF or IE now.. you guys break it? =P
mattnyc
Weird, try again now.
kalalp
Do these have gear doors?
Falconus
Falconus 3
Probably not anymore.

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THRUSTT
THRUSTT 2
U popped up Phil, haven't seen u in a while, Cialis does work...
raydorais
I would have been scared out of my pants if I had been on that plane. However, I am sure the crew knew exactly the length of runway they needed for take-off, at the same time keeping in mind how much runway they needed brfore abhorting take-off.
Risky, but in my mind well calculated.
jmilazzo
That dumda$$ is lucky the gear came down at his destination. If I were that company's mechanic, I think I'd hunt down the crew and make them clean the wheel wells.

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