aborted takeoff


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aborted takeoff

A takeoff that has been terminated prematurely because continuing would probably jeopardize the safety of the aircraft.
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The Federal Aviation Administration said the fire broke out in the left engine of the 257-seat Boeing 777 shortly after 4:00 pm (2300 GMT) and the crew immediately aborted takeoff and ordered an evacuation.
On March 2, 1994, Continental Airlines flight 705 bound for Denver aborted takeoff during a snowstorm and slid off the runway into a ditch.
The pilot aborted takeoff when the aircraft caught fire on the runway as it was about to take off for a training flight.
Lahore -- A Karachi-bound Pakistan International Airlines plane aborted takeoff on Saturday on report of a bomb on board, officials said.
Blazer 216 subsequently performed a maximum performance aborted takeoff, and Blazer 201 reentered the pattern and landed on the next pass.
The reason for Sunday's aborted takeoff was not immediately clear.
Summary: RIYADH: A Jeddah-bound Saudi Arabian Airlines flight with 182 passengers on board aborted takeoff at India's Chennai airport on Monday after the pilot detected smoke coming from one of its engines.
The aircraft immediately aborted takeoff," it said.
As a result, some pilots have aborted takeoff at dangerously high speed.
Dortmund Airport said the pilot aborted takeoff and the plane rolled into a nearby field.
Another 6,010 planes reported engine loss, an aborted takeoff, or precautionary landing after hitting birds.
The flight, bound for George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, crashed moments after an aborted takeoff, and led to the hospitalization of 38 passengers.