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Air France flight from Paris to Toronto experiences tail strike while initiating ‘go around’

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Air France flight 356 from Paris to Toronto dragged its tail on the runway at Toronto Pearson Airport after a failed landing resulted in initiating a “go around” on Sunday. (toronto.citynews.ca) More...

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heysoundude
Greg Kusiak 2
That airline and that airport have an incident relationship.
Was it the same runway as the last one, I wonder?
jaypek
Phil Knox 1
Yes!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_France_Flight_358
salzman47
nathan salzman 3
the runway is at fault AF pilots are never at fault!!
Gabian
Joe GOEPFERT 1
Obviouslz since they teach the birds how to fly !!!
swanaero1
swanaero1 1
24L, so yup. 9000' long. I wonder if the previous overrun primed the flight crew to go around if not down by, or if it was an alert from the ROW system
TimDyck
Tim Dyck 1
The article said this;
“… The pilot experienced a “landing rate warning” when there was too much speed and not enough runway to safely land…”

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