aborted takeoff

aborted takeoff

A takeoff that has been terminated prematurely because continuing would probably jeopardize the safety of the aircraft.
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6E - 468 had encountered a dog hit during the take off roll due to which the pilot aborted takeoff, as a precautionary measure.
ExpressJet flight 5508, operating as Delta Connection from Atlanta to Tulsa, aborted takeoff at approximately 9:22 a.
The Federal Aviation Administration initially said the pilot aborted takeoff after reporting a blown-out tire.
by Bloomberg In this photo provided by passenger Jose Castillo, fellow passengers walk away from a burning American Airlines jet that aborted takeoff and caught fire on the runway at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on October 28, 2016.
Flight 383, a Boeing 767 was bound for Miami and aborted takeoff due to an engine related issue.
Squadron leader Dave Williams said: "A Hawk T1 was on a routine flight plan when it aborted takeoff due to a flock of birds.
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.
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.
What could have been an aborted takeoff with a simple taxi back to the ramp to diagnose a problem turns into an encounter with the trees off the departure end because the plane only climbed 100 FPM.
The reason for Sunday's aborted takeoff was not immediately clear.