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Retired PLA Pilot safed Air Bus A319 passengers from 10km altitute with broken windscreen cockpit

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  1. Tony Tan

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    http://mil.news.sina.com.cn/jssd/2018-05-17/doc-iharvfhu7487870.shtml

    中国版"萨利机长"原是空军精英 多次演练空中特情处置
    中国版"萨利机长"原是空军精英 多次演练空中特情处置

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      近日,川航3U8633航班高空飞行中飞掉风挡玻璃的事件引起了社会各界的广泛关注。这是一架空中客车A319客机,在高空飞行时候突然副驾驶一侧的风挡玻璃爆裂,由于高空气压差,副驾驶瞬间被吸出舱外,好在有保险带,但这样也是一半身子出去了。

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      虽然在机组的帮助下,副驾驶被拉回了飞机,但此时驾驶舱内温度骤降到零下几十度,全机人的生命都得依靠穿着衬衫的机长刘传健身上。刘机长临危不惧,控制着一半仪表全部损坏的飞机艰难前行,最终安全降落在成都机场。

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      这次事件中,刘传健机长被称为是中国版的萨利机长。《萨利机长》是一部美国影片,原型是2009年美利坚航空公司1549号航班机长切斯利·舒伦伯格,他也是战斗机飞行员,当转业到民航后成为客机机长。他驾驶两台发动机都失效的飞机迫降在了哈德逊河河面上。网友普遍认为,在川航这次事件中,刘传健机长临危不惧、淡定处置,最终挽救了整架飞机上几百号乘客的性命,其影响壮举和“萨利机长”不相上下。

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      其实,刘传健机长曾经是我人民空军的飞行尖子,后来作为空军第二飞行学院的飞行教员带出了一批又一批学员。在带教过程中,处置座舱玻璃爆裂就是飞行员的必须科目。

      正是有了这些训练,为他积累了大量处理此类突发事件的经验,这为他处置民航飞机突发事件打下了基础。如果说开教练机或者战斗机,一旦座舱盖破裂,实在不行还能够跳伞,但是民航客机就没有这个机会。此次飞行的飞行速度至少有600到700公里/每小时,还有强大气压和零下几十度的超低温,作为机长只能靠着坚强的意志飞下去。

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      刘传健机长以实际行动诠释了一名老空军战士在畏难之中表现出的担当,不放弃、不抛弃,同时用自己的实际行动向世人展现出了中国空军战士的高超飞行技巧。

      赞!刘传健机长!(作者署名:虹摄库尔斯克)

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    The Chinese version of "Sali Captain" was originally an elite of the Air Force
    The Chinese version of "Sali Captain" was originally an elite of the Air Force
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    Recently, the incident of flying windshields in the high altitude flight of Sichuan Airlines 3U8633 flight has aroused widespread concern from all walks of life. This is an Airbus A319 passenger airplane. At high altitude, suddenly the windshield on the side of the co-pilot exploded. Because of the high air pressure difference, the co-pilot was sucked out of the cabin for a moment. Fortunately, there was a belt, but this was half the body out. .

    Although with the help of the crew, the first officer was pulled back to the plane, but at this time the temperature in the cockpit plummeted to minus tens of degrees, and the life of the whole crew had to rely on the captain Liu Chuan, who was wearing a shirt. Captain Liu was in dire straits, and he took control of the damage of all half of the instruments. The plane crashed and eventually landed safely at Chengdu Airport.

    In this incident, Captain Liu Chuanjian was known as the Chinese version of Sali Captain. "Sali Captain" is an American film prototyped by Chesley Schulenberg, the captain of the 2009 American Airlines Flight 1549. He is also a fighter pilot. When he switched to civil aviation, he became the captain of a passenger plane. He drove two planes that failed both engines to land on the Hudson River. Internet users generally believe that in the Sichuan Airlines incident, Liu Chuanjian captain, fearless, calm treatment, and ultimately saved the lives of hundreds of passengers on the plane, the impact of feats and "Sali Captain" is comparable.

    In fact, Captain Liu Chuanjian was once the top flight of my People's Air Force. Later, as a flight instructor of the Air Force Second Flight Academy, she brought out batches of students. In the process of teaching, dealing with the explosion of glass in the cockpit is an essential subject for pilots.

    It was with these trainings that he accumulated a great deal of experience in dealing with such emergencies, which laid the foundation for his handling of civil aviation aircraft emergencies. If we say that we have to open a trainer or a fighter plane, once the canopy is broken, it will not be able to parachute, but civil aviation passenger planes will not have this opportunity. This flight has a speed of at least 600 to 700 km/h, a powerful air pressure and an ultra-low temperature of several tens of degrees below zero. The captain can only fly down with a strong will.

    Captain Liu Chuanjian used actual actions to interpret the actions shown by an old Air Force soldier in fear of distress. He did not give up and did not abandon. At the same time, he used his actual actions to show the world the superior flying skills of Chinese Air Force fighters.

    Thumbs up! Liu Chuanjian Captain! (Author's signature: Rainbow Photo Kursk)
     
  2. Tony Tan

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    https://news.sky.com/story/hero-pil...lot-sucked-through-broken-windshield-11373587

    'Hero' pilot lands plane in China after co-pilot sucked through broken windshield

    The pilot saved the lives of 128 people on board when he managed to successfully land his plane, despite the windshield bursting.

    15:09, UK, Tuesday 15 May 2018

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    A pilot who made an emergency landing after his co-pilot was partially sucked through their broken cockpit window has been hailed a hero.

    Liu Chuanjian braved the intense cold and blasting wind to coax the plane into a safe landing in southwest China.

    He had to slow the Airbus A319 of Sichuan Airlines from its original speed of about 500-560 mph (800-900 kph) to land in about 20 minutes.

    All 128 people on board survived the ordeal.

    The cockpit window shattered at an altitude of about 9,800m (32,000ft).

    :: 'Here we go again': Hero pilot says doomed flight reminded her of navy career

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    "The windshield burst suddenly and a loud noise was heard, and when I looked to the side, I saw that the co-pilot was already halfway out of the window. Luckily his seatbelt was tied," Mr Liu told the Chengdu Business Daily.

    Mr Liu, a former flight instructor for the Chinese air force, said the plane was vibrating strongly and it was impossible to read the instruments.

    "I didn't think about anything at all. I wanted to control the plane and land," he later told Sichuan Television.

    The plane had been bound for Lhasa in Tibet from the southwestern city of Chongqing, but was diverted to the city of Chengdu in Sichuan province.

    By Tuesday afternoon, more than 160 million people had viewed or participated in discussions about the pilot on the Chinese social media platform Weibo.

    The most popular chat forum on the incident was titled "My Hero Captain".

    "This is a miracle in the history of Chinese aviation, and shows the special psychological mindset of flight instructors," one commenter wrote.

    The safety director of the Civil Aviation Administration of China said at a media conference that the plane "shed its right windshield" as it was flying over Chengdu.

    "The windshield has not recorded any failures, nor did it require any maintenance and replacement work" before the incident, Tang Weibin said.

    The cause of the incident is still under investigation, he added.

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    It was the second emergency landing in China in less than a month.

    On April 15, an Air China flight was diverted after a man briefly took hostage a crew member he was threatening with a fountain pen.



    https://sg.news.yahoo.com/chinese-hail-hero-pilot-landed-broken-cockpit-window-103910090.html

    Chinese hail 'hero' pilot who landed with broken cockpit window
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    Liu Chuanjian braved intense cold and blasting wind to safely land his airliner after a cockpit window shattered
    The pilot who made an emergency landing in southwest China after a broken cockpit window sucked his co-pilot halfway out of the aircraft was hailed as a "hero" on Tuesday by astonished citizens.

    Liu Chuanjian braved the intense cold and blasting wind to slow the airliner from its original speed of about 800-900 kph (500-560 mph) to land in about 20 minutes.

    All 128 people aboard the Airbus A319 of Sichuan Airlines survived the ordeal.

    The plane was bound for Lhasa in Tibet from the southwestern city of Chongqing when the cockpit window shattered at about 9,800 metres (32,000 feet). The flight was diverted to the city of Chengdu in Sichuan province.

    "The windshield burst suddenly and a loud noise was heard, and when I looked to the side, I saw that the co-pilot was already halfway out of the window. Luckily his seatbelt was tied," Liu told the Chengdu Business Daily.

    The plane was vibrating strongly and it was impossible to read the instruments, said Liu, who was a former flight instructor in the Chinese air force.

    "I didn't think about anything at all. I wanted to control the plane and land," he later told Sichuan Television.

    By Tuesday afternoon, more than 160 million people had viewed or participated in discussions about the pilot on the Twitter-like microblogging platform Weibo.

    The most popular chat forum on the incident was titled, "My Hero Captain".

    "This is a miracle in the history of Chinese aviation, and shows the special psychological mindset of flight instructors," one commenter wrote.

    "Having watched the American film, 'Sully', based on real events, this is even more shocking and exciting!" another commenter said.

    He was referring to Chesley Sullenberger, a US Airways pilot who was hailed as a national hero in January 2009 after he managed to save the lives of 155 passengers and crew by landing his stricken airliner in New York's Hudson River.

    The safety director of the Civil Aviation Administration of China said at a press conference on Tuesday that the plane "shed its right windshield" as it was flying over Chengdu.

    "The windshield has not recorded any failures, nor did it require any maintenance and replacement work" before the incident, Tang Weibin said.

    The cause of the incident was still under investigation, he added.

    A video published online by the People's Daily shows oxygen masks deployed, and flight attendants walking up and down the aisle to give passengers instructions on how to disembark.

    It was the second emergency landing in China in less than a month.

    On April 15, an Air China flight was diverted after a man briefly took hostage a crew member he was threatening with a fountain pen.
     
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    https://www.rt.com/news/426728-china-sichuan-plane-windshield/

    Sichuan captain lands aircraft after co-pilot ‘sucked halfway’ out the windshield (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
    Published time: 15 May, 2018 03:55 Edited time: 15 May, 2018 08:27
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    Sichuan Airlines Airbus A319 was forced to perform an extreme emergency landing in China after one of the cockpit’s windshields shattered, nearly sucking the co-pilot out of the plane at 32,000 feet.
    Flight 3U8633 took off from Chongqing city at 6:26 am on Monday and has managed to climb to 9,800 meters (32,150 feet) when a windshield on the right side of the cockpit was suddenly blown off, forcing an emergency landing at Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport at 7:42 am.

    "There was no warning sign. Suddenly, the windshield just cracked and made a loud bang. The next thing I know, my co-pilot had been sucked halfway out of the window," Captain Liu Chuanjian was quoted as saying by the Chengdu Economic Daily.

    The co-pilot and another crew member suffered minor injuries, considering the extent of the damage, China’s aviation authority said, without providing specifics on what might have caused the incident in the first place. The plane landed safely with all 119 passengers and nine crew members on board.

    While authorities continue to investigate the accident, Sichuan Airlines noted that the flight had experienced a “mechanical failure.” Prior to the emergency landing, Sichuan Airlines flight 3U8633 was bound for the Tibetan capital of Lhasa.

    Pictures of the plane posted by users of the Chinese social media platform Weibo showed damaged controls and the missing cockpit window. Footage recorded by the passengers also showed baggage falling from overhead lockers and oxygen masks popping out.

    “Everything in the cockpit was floating in the air. Most of the equipment malfunctioned ... and I couldn’t hear the radio. The plane was shaking so hard I could not read the gauges,” the captain added, according to Reuters.

    Monday's accident comes less than a month after a woman was killed in the Southwest Airline's plane engine explosion, which caused one of the passengers to be partially sucked out of the porthole. On May 3, another Southwest Airlines flight was forced to conduct an emergency landing after a cabin window pane cracked in mid-flight.

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    Chinese pilot lands passenger jet safely after windshield shatters at 32,000 feet
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    Captain Liu Chuanjian's heroic actions moments after a cockpit windshield blew out on Monday, nearly pulling his co-pilot from the Airbus A319, has won him praise from flight professionals and internet readers for saving over 100 people onboard.

    Liu had just leveled his aircraft at a cruising altitude of 32,000 feet when a deafening sound tore through the cockpit. He looked over and saw the right side of the windshield gone.


    "There was no warning sign. Suddenly, the windshield just cracked and made a loud bang. The next thing I know, my co-pilot had been sucked halfway out of the window," Liu told Chengdu Economic Daily after making an emergency landing, saving the lives of all 119 passengers.


    "Everything in the cockpit was floating in the air. Most of the equipment malfunctioned ... and I couldn't hear the radio. The flight was shaking so hard I could not read the gauges," he said.

    Calls to Liu's cellphone by China Daily went unanswered on Monday evening.

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    Sichuan Airlines Flight 3U8633 had taken off as scheduled from southern China's Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport at 6:26 am and was due in Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region, at 9:05 am.

    The windshield shattered about 7 am at least 100 kilometers into the journey. The aircraft, which had been traveling at 800 to 900 k/hr, went into a nosedive that lasted five to six seconds, according to the newspaper.

    The cabin crew had been handing out breakfast to passengers when the plane pitched forward.

    Passenger Zeng Jun described the scene in an interview with Chengdu Economic Daily as "too scary and too dangerous". People were screaming, while bags and trays were flying everywhere, he said.

    He recalled grabbing one of the oxygen masks that fell from overhead as a flight attendant began telling passengers to trust in the flight team. "When we finally landed, some of the women were in tears," he said.

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    The co-pilot, who was pulled back into the cockpit and buckled into his chair, suffered a cut to his face and a sprained wrist, and a flight attendant received minor injures, the Civil Aviation Administration of China's Southwest Regional Administration said.

    Liu, who joined Sichuan Airlines after leaving the military in 2006, was able to right the plane quickly and made an emergency landing at Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport at 7:46, about 45 minutes after the windshield blew out.

    After landing, most passengers were transferred to another flight to Lhasa, but 29 passengers were sent to the hospital, one with a sprain and another with bruising, China Central TV reported.

    The aviation administration's Southwest Regional Administration said the crew handled the emergency correctly.

    Liu later said the accident reminded him of a similar incident with British Airways in 1990, when a windshield separated from its frame, and the captain was sucked out of the plane. With the captain pressed against the window frame for 20 minutes, the co-pilot made a safe landing.

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    Li Xiaohu, head of safety for the aviation administration's Southwest Regional Administration, said an investigation has begun and the reason the windshield shattered will be looked into.

    Zhang Wei, a council member of the Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics, said the broken windshield could have damaged the aircraft's structure, causing it to be unable to fly or causing more serious problems if it does.

    "The broken window in the cabin causes a loss of pressure. It leads to a loss of air in the cabin and the oxygen masks will fall," he said.

    The cockpit windshield is a very important part of an aircraft and may be the strongest glass on the craft. It consists of multiple layers and is very hard to break. This incident is very strange and only further investigation will lead to a resolution, Zhang added.


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    Tua Kee Lao Sai when you @ 10km altitude and suddenly Piang! Yr cockpit become convertible! First Officer almost flu out of cockpit and his shirt and pants rips. Instrument control panels starts to pop out and got sucked out of cockpit.

    If pilots don't wear oxygen mask ASAP will black out and pass out Pengsan = no pilot

    Air so thin @ 10km altitude there is insufficient oxygen to breath and kept blood oxygen level to sustain brain function.
     
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    What do you expect from a Chinese airline?
     
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    Buy no Ang Moh jets. Fly Chinese C919 or Sino-Russian CR-929.

    No Air Bus no Boeing pse.
     
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    If not mistaken Airbus 319 assembled in China.
     
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    If the PLA pilot did not save it's passengers than I worry
     
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    i expect it to fly normal like all others airline.
    so you very angry AND FRUSTRATED ?
     
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    What do you expect from a Chinese pilot? Btw, equipment malfunctions and failures are not exclusive to Chinese airlines. In fact it happen to most Western airlines!
     
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    mentally ill crackpot reacts maliciously when he see the words china , chinese
    same incidents happen in other country are over looked
    and he is quite as a mouse.
    thats how he has conditioned his fuckup brain to work
     
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    sounds like one of the episodes of air crash investigation where the pilot was half sucked out of the cockpit......the tiong must have copied it!!!
     
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    I wouldn't be surprised they copy pretty much everything the Ang Mohs do. In fact they have even tried to copy the blacks!!!

    Just take a look at this loser dressing like a black with all that hoodie shit and trying to imitate snoop dogg. Does he have no pride? Doesn't he have his own culture and music that he can use a foundation to develop a unique sound and rhythm that he can call his own?

    Of course not. All they know is how to copy. Really lame!

     

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