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How Southwest Flight 1380’s Pilots Landed With a Blown Engine

A Southwest Airlines flight flying from New York City to Dallas turned terrifying this morning, when the left-side engine failed at 31,000 feet. Debris from the engine, which appears to have exploded, punctured the fuselage, leading to the violent depressurization of the cabin. Oxygen masks above every passenger dropped from the ceiling of the plane, and the pilots also quickly descended the Boeing 737 to below 10,000 feet, where the 143 passengers and five crew could breathe, before making an emergency landing about 15 minutes later, in Philadelphia. The National…

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MH370: independent experts mistrust ‘confidence’ about plane’s location

Australian authorities accused of using report by countrys peak science agency to bolster preconceived ideas Independent investigators looking into the loss of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have expressed scepticism about the Australian authorities statement they are newly confident about the planes location. On Friday Australias peak science agency, CSIRO, said in a statement that the 25,000 sq km area identified at its First Principles Review summit in December had been validated by the new CSIRO report as the most likely location of MH370. It went so far as to narrow…

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