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China Eastern MU5735 737-800 [not MAX] Crashed 21 March 2022, 132 onboard

China Eastern MU5735 737-800 [not MAX] Crashed 21 March 2022, 132 onboard

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Old Jun 2, 22, 7:13 am
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Originally Posted by LarryJ View Post
They are wrong. My airline has airplanes with the secondary barrier.
Yes, the Safran gates on the few Delta A330s. I wonder what happens when one permanently malfunctions before landing somewhere where no one knows how to fix it.
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Old Jun 3, 22, 12:17 am
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Originally Posted by MacLeanBarrier View Post
Yes, the Safran gates on the few Delta A330s. I wonder what happens when one permanently malfunctions before landing somewhere where no one knows how to fix it.
Isn't this where the videos of pilots slithering out the cockpit windows come from?
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