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originally posted by: Deny Arrogance
Well it certainly flckers steadily like a fireball in the sky and in the reflection of the wet pavement and I do not see any flashing lights.
Also the car lights and headlight much closer to the camera are not overly bright in exposure as a comparison.
originally posted by: Quantum12
a reply to: Zaphod58
Ok thank you. The pilot must have not know they would be in a hold for 2 hours. I am sure if he had know he would have diverted his plane.
An aircraft on final approach encounters strong headwinds followed swiftly by a strong downdraft and loss of altitude. The Captain elects to carry out a missed approach, raises the undercarriage and pushes forward the throttles. However, the engines take time to spool up, the aircraft continues to lose height and encounters strong tailwinds causing loss of lift and further loss of height. The aircraft hits the ground sustaining structural damage and crashes.