It appears the pilot made a forced landing then got himself home under his own steam.
What does QUG stand for?
QUG stands for Forced Landing (radiotelegraphy)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Slang/chat, popular culture
We have 4 other meanings of QUG in our Acronym Attic
- Queen's University Environmental Science and Technology Research Centre (Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland)
- Qualitative Undertaking and Educational Society for Total Respectable Achievements (Xavier University, Ohio)
- Quality Education Services through Technology (Zambia)
- Query Update By Example
- Distress Signal Received (radiotelegraphy)
- Quaker Universalist Fellowship
- Uranium Hexafluoride Inventory
- Quantum Unitary Field Dynamics
- Quebec University Football League (Canada)
- Queensbury Union Free School District (Queensbury, NY)
- Queensland University Games Society (Australia; university gaming society)
- Barometric Pressure (amateur radio)
- Quer Unabhängig Heimatverbunden (German political party)
- Navigation Lights are Working (radiotelegraphy)
- Quantitative Ultrasound Index (bone density)
- Quasi-Uniform Index
- Quiché (Guatemala territorial division)
- Quintessential Instructional Archive (educational website)
- International Summer School on Quantum Information and Control (National University of Ireland; Maynooth, Ireland)
- Quality Interagency Coordination
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kabul, Aug 28 (Xinhua-ANI): A NATO helicopter made a forced landing in eastern Afghanistan Tuesday morning, causing no fatalities, the NATO-led coalition said.
The cause of the forced landing was under investigation, however initial reports showed there was no insurgent activities in the area at the tame of crash, the statement said.
The Qantas flight with more than 450 people on board made a dramatic forced landing in Singapore on Thursday, trailing smoke from a blackened engine, in the superjumbo's first mid-air emergency.
On July 15 in1941 a Miles Master, singleengined trainer - a wheels up forced landing near Medomsley.
A MAN from Larne attempting to fly around the world in an autogyro has had to make a forced landing.
The aircraft, which made a forced landing, struck trees with its blades causing a deadly fall , the source said.
The 36-year-old lawyer held hands with his wife as smoke gathered in the roof of the cabin 20 minutes before the forced landing.