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Pilot Video 4 -with questions and answers



On 22 November 2003, shortly after takeoff from Baghdad, Iraq, an Airbus A300 cargo plane owned by European Air Transport ("DHL") was struck on the left wing tip by a surface-to-air missile. Severe wing damage resulted in a fire and complete loss of hydraulic flight control systems. Because outboard left wing fuel tank 1A was full at takeoff, there was no fuel-air vapour explosion. Liquid jet fuel dropped away as 1A disintegrated. Inboard fuel tank 1 was pierced and leaking.Watch the video and then answer the questions below.

Questions :

1. What did the terrorist do before the attack?
2. What was the make of the airplane?
3. What was it carrying?
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Pilot Video 1 – with Questions and Answers

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Video – Check the given video and answer the following questions:



1. Name all the systems that acceleration can affect

2. Define speed (in your own words).

3. Define velocity (in your own words).


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Pilot Video 2 -With Questions


Please watch this interesting Air-Crash investigation video and read the questions and answers.

                                    On 2 september 1998,Swissair flight 111(SR-111, SWR – 111)also codeshare flight with Delta Air Lines crashed  into the atlantic ocean.The crash site was 8 kilometres (5 mi) from shore.All 229 people on board died.


1. At what height did the airplane catch fire?
2. How many people were onboard when the airplane crashed? What happened to the passengers?
3. What was the model of the aircraft?


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Pilot Video – 3 with Questions


Please watch this interesting Air-Crash investigation video and read the questions and answers.

                                            On March 27th,1977 in Canary Islands 'Spain' ,In an atempt to take off in a thick fog, a 747 collides with another on the runway in Tenerife.The fiery explosion kills 583 people leaving just 70 survivors.


1. When did the accident occur?
2. What exactly happened on the above date?
3. How many people died in this tragic airplane accident?


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