Surviving Aircraft Crash Emergency Landing | Educational Documentary Films
A water landing is, in the broadest sense, any landing on a body of water. All waterfowl, those seabirds capable of flight, and some human-built vehicles are capable of landing in water as a matter of course.
The phrase “water landing” is also used as a euphemism for crash-landing into water in an aircraft not designed for the purpose. The National Transportation Safety Board of the United States government defines “ditching” in its aviation accident coding manual as “a planned event in which a flight crew knowingly makes a controlled emergency landing in water. (Excludes float plane landings in normal water landing areas.)” Such water landings are extremely rare for commercial passenger airlines.
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