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    Quote Originally Posted by Altair View Post
    Plane crashes into hangar after aborted landing.

    If it was an aborted landing, wouldn't the plane still be airborne?

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    I'm not an aviation guy. Perhaps our experts in the field can enlighten us?

    A rejected landing (also referred to as an aborted landing) is defined as a go-around maneuver initiated after touchdown of the main landing gear or after bouncing.

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    A Cessna 172M, registered to Canadian Flyers International and being operated by a student pilot (sole occupant) was conducting circuits at the Toronto Buttonville Municipal Airport (CYKZ), ON. After the aircraft touched down for landing on runway 33 it veered to the left. The pilot applied full power in an attempt to get airborne. However, the aircraft subsequently veered to the right, exited the runway surface near taxiway BRAVO 1 (B1) and transitioned across a grass infield area, a taxiway, and then collided with a hangar located on the apron. The aircraft was destroyed and the hangar sustained substantial damage. The student pilot was taken to the hospital for assessment, but received only minor injuries.

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    Odd that he pulled back on the yoke too hard and then tried steering the aircraft like a car. Just looking at the first of the video the first impression is that this pilot was not in command of his aircraft.
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    A rejected landing (also referred to as an aborted landing) is defined as a go-around maneuver initiated after touchdown of the main landing gear or after bouncing.

    My point, exactly. An aborted landing would leave the plane still in the air on a "go-around maneuver." Looks like this was an aborted takeoff with a building getting in the way.


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