British Airways Flight 13291 {November 30 2015; 3Mb}

British Airways Flight 13291 {November 30 2015; 3Mb}

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Boeing 767 by WilliamT, Firepit Flame by Richard Drummond. After a pleasant take off from Glasgow International Airport on the way to Johannesburg International Airport the plane started climbing towards 36,000 feet. 4 hours later, the plane`s engines stopped working, which was caused by the excessive amount of luggage handled on-board in the business class – the electrical wires were damaged. The "13291" started falling and was about to land at some small airport in Algeria. The plane turned hard, and the wires were in contact again, while there was still too much luggage. When the plane was all ready to land on the shortest runway {others all bunched up with Cessna`s and hand-made planes}, the cockpit started to crack and shiver. The tail engine was not working since take off — the same reason that caused the engines to stop working. Tail engines finally leaked, catched fire, and exploded sending a gigantic pillar of fire unto the cabin. The finally battle was lost. The "13291"`s cockpit fell off because of the power the fire wave had, landing gear eventually started braking, and the airplane smashed into the ground with its fuselage braked up into parallel halves. Nobody survived. The emergency crew arrived and `taken the the explosives into the Sahara Desert where they eventually exploded. Flight 13291 killed 269 passengers out of which 21 are children less than 16 years old and 17 seniors above 62 years old. #300 #13291 #767 #Airplane #Airport #Airways #Algeria #Big #Boeing #British #Crash #Death #Fire #Flight #Glasgow #International #Large #Regional #Small
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