A Passenger Was Killed After Southwest Plane Makes Emergency Landing In Philadelphia





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  • WOW,that sounds really freaky! I find that it is of utmost importance for every part of the airplane should’ve been inspected before take off. I’d rather be a little late than not arrive safely to my destination. We as commuters expect for aviation experts to ensure our safety. Please, please always make sure everything is in order to fly ahead of time!!!

  • After over 40 years of experience as an aircraft mechanic both military and commercial I’m amazed at the comments of those who don’t have a clue. The windows in comm. aircraft are actually larger than the fuselage hole they fit into, there for acts as a plug similar to cabin doors. The window failed only because of a catastrophic in flight engine failure with engine debris striking it.

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