How Did Pilots Fly A ROOFLESS AIRPLANE?

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How To Fly A Plane

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When you picture a modern passenger plane you likely have a good idea of the basic design. You know, it’s a long metal tube with slanted wings and two or four engines underneath. Given this, if you saw a plane with an abnormally large hole in the fuselage, would you think that was ok? Likely not. That’s where our story of Aloha Flight 243 comes in. Back in 1988, this passenger plane suffered a dramatic depressurization that caused a massive piece of the fuselage to rip right off. Missing nearly 18 feet of its ‘roof,’ the pilots brought this plane in for a remarkable landing. What happened and how on Earth could anyone actually fly a plane in this condition? We’ll give you the details ahead.

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