Royal Air Maroc B737 near tailstrike on take off

Incident: Royal Maroc B737 at Frankfurt on Jul 23rd 2016, three takeoffs for the price of one
http://avherald.com/h?article=49d159fc&opt=0&utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

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That plane stalled while attempting the takeoff?

It stalled after it got a little bit of air

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At least they got airborne before reaching the edge of the runway…😬

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royal maroc apparently said that

this was done on purpose because there was still wake turbulance from a previous plane that landed
so the pilot did this on purpose to incrrease airspeed

Thats not true, if he rotates to early he will loose speed

exactly
so royal maroc made this bs up to protect their reputation

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Man, I thought Chinese airlines were terrible at writing stories to save face, this is even worse.

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Yeah, like when EgyptAir 990 happened, Egyptian officials claim that it was a rudder problem when it was obviously deliberately done by one of the relief crew. Trying to protect your reputation? Good luck.

Raising the nose to get more airspeed? Please. XD

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More like “get more passengers scared” xD

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@Danman
@Boodz_G

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Uh huh, and I’m the easter bunny.

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I thought the Pilot will rejec the takeoff…

Same here, I guess the wasn’t enough runway left. 😕

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Here it is!

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Just like MAS Said MH370 was pilot error. NO WAY IT’S PILOT ERROR.

Guys, anyone of you have noticed why ?

It’s so clearly however!

Look at the flaps, the flaps are on the position 1

That’s why he couldn’t take off. There is now two possibilities :

  • Error in the calculations
  • Error when he moved the flaps
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Flaps 1?!! How in H*** did he/she even attempt to takeoff?

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That’s the question, primal he used the TOGA