Aviation News

June 2, 2011

Video: Delta 767 Blows Tire During Takeoff Roll

Delta Air Lines Flight 267 blew a tire on its right main landing gear while taking off from Detroit for a trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil on Wednesday.

The Boeing 767-300 apparently continued to its destination without any problems.

The incident came just four days after a Delta MD-80 blew a tire and caught fire after a hard landing in Atlanta on Saturday afternoon.

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  • Wow that plane looked really heavy.

  • What will happen during landing?