A bad day to fly

Yesterday 10/28 was not a good day to fly…

3 Accidents happen that day…

American 767 - Chicago
Engine catches fire and melt all wing. But everyone is safe =D

FedEx MD-10-10F - Fort Laud.
The landing gear collapsed in the runway after landing. The fuselage exploded too. Both pilots in the plane is safe

Aerolineas Argentinas - Buenos Aires
After takeoff, passagenrs said that heard 3 times a sound of “explosion” the pilots said that they dont lost power on the engine. Everyone safe =D

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Bad day to drive…
Millions people have crash today, yesterday, this week-end, this week…

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Not a bad day to fly at all. These were isolated incidents just a bad day for American Airlines and its passengers and FedEx.
Just lucky that nothing catastrophic happened

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the aerolineas argentinas was a engine stall, plane landed safely, today done a test flight and is back to business business

This picture was taken today on its second touch and go for the engine test which is actually happening now

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Just to clear up confusion
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that was AR1300.on its way to JFK

That same night AR1301 lost hydraulic green circuit airborne. Could continue flight to destiny but lost gears and direction. Thats means that had to deploy gears by gravity and get towed from runway to terminal as nose gear didn’t work

so, 4 planes in un day!

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To clear up the confusion:
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There are no DC-10s remaining.
Source: https://www.planespotters.net/production-list/search?fleet=Federal-Express-(FedEx)&manufacturer=McDonnell-Douglas&type=DC-10&fleetStatus=current

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But there are freighter versions still in service

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Sure, the MD-10 variant. No major North American freighter airline is still paying for an FE other than 727 airlines IIRC.

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and vice presdent canidate mike pence plane overshot the runway the day before

Actually the Aerilineas Argentina’s A330 that suffered a engine failure it happened the 10/27 and not the 10/28.

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One of the charters for one of the governors or something slid off the runway, too.

Yesterday I did a three hour flight, hmmm let’s do another

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