A hair-raising video of a Boeing 757-200 making a dangerously low flight is going viral on social media. Based on simple flyingThe stunt was performed by pilots flying ‘ARG 01’, a 757-200 configuration VVIP that will be used to carry Argentine President Alberto Fernandez.
Video of the incident was captured by onlookers at the Aeroparque Internacional Jorge Newbery in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires. It shows the plane stalling very low on the runway, making a missed approach, before turning left steeply. According to reports, the plane then turned around and turned around to land completely on the runway.
“Argentina’s new presidential plane, the 757, elegantly saved itself at the last moment,” one Twitter user wrote while sharing the video.
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— Eren (@Eren50855570) May 26, 2023
Retweet videos, Flight Radar 24, an online website that tracks air traffic in real time, wrote, “Set the low to low when the Argentine government 757 arrives in Buenos Aires for the first time”.
Immediately after being shared, the video caused a storm in the online community. It has garnered mixed reactions online. While some users were impressed to see the pilots perform the maneuver, others questioned why the risky performance was necessary.
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“Not an aviation expert, is this safe?” ask a user. “Honestly, it looks cool, the sound of the engine accelerating right before the turn is amazing,” wrote another.
A third user said: “A dangerous, irresponsible, unnecessary act. What if it goes wrong?” while the fourth explained: “It’s Argentina’s new presidential plane. The pilots are very well trained and can do this maneuver. It’s a safe operation that complies with all the regulations. aviation safety”.
Meanwhile, according to simple flying, the aircraft has a VIP configuration and can carry 39 passengers on board. It also has a master suite and two other bedrooms. The outlet reports that prior to moving to Argentina on May 25, ARG 01 was pre-positioned in Miami on May 19.