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Airplanes Spontaneously Taking Off During A Microburst At An Airport

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  • 17 Jun, 2016  |
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№1 Author: OldOllie (17 Jun 2016 09:01) Total user comments: 1692


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That's why you're supposed to tie them down. 05
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№2 Author: Nick1090 (17 Jun 2016 09:33) Total user comments: 1257


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IF this is real, how come the planes fly off in opposite directions?
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№3 Author: rodrigozanatta (17 Jun 2016 14:47) Total user comments: 695


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Quote: Nick1090
IF this is real, how come the planes fly off in opposite directions?

the post is wrong. They are taking off without running. The engine was on and there are a pilot inside.
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№4 Author: kryptor (17 Jun 2016 19:27) Total user comments: 4833


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This is from the U.S. Air Force academy glider school (KAFF). They were trying to get the gliders towed inside before the weather hit. The tow planes (sky trains) had pilots in them and were un-tied. The skilled instructor pilots in the sky trains did a fantastic job saving the planes. It's fortunate that non of the gliders had been attached by cable to the sky trains before the micro burst hit.
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