An Eurofighter Typhoon comes close to hittin the ground during an air show.
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This isn’t a near crash – it’s a pancake drop whereby the pilot uses engine power to miss the ground. It’s only possible with very powerful jets. The earliest jet that had the power to do it was the Lightning, which was over-powered anyway – see the Youtube clip entitled “Low flying Lightning”. Phantoms and Jaguars etc didn’t do it but you often see it with modern jets. Check the Youtube clip entitled “Low flying jets, ultra fast” – that includes a French Raphael doing it over the sea.
The above comment is incorrect. I know the history of this video. This was an early Typhoon display in England before the Typhoon went into service. Early prototype Typhoons where fitted with the same engines as the Tornado because the Eurojet EJ200 was not ready yet. This aircraft on display was using the lower powered Tornado engines and was actually underpowered compared with the final intended specification. The pilot miscalculated this move and was very lucky to get away with it. The display was immediately cut off after this move.
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