The aircraft engine exploded and sucked people out of the window to compensate the passengers for $6 thousand.

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 The aircraft engine exploded and sucked people out of the window to compensate the passengers for $6 thousand.


US airliner engine exploded 1 dead and passenger insurance flew out of the window (source: ~) China and the new network, April 21 (Xinhua) comprehensive report, the U. S. Southwest Airlines aircraft engine explosion happened before the incident, the company chief executive Kelly (GaryKelly) letter to apologize to the passengers, and the issuance of $5000 cheque and value of $1000 voucher. The Federal Aviation Administration of the United States (FAA) also ordered 20 days to carry out ultrasonic inspection of hundreds of similar aircraft in 20 days. The 17 Southwest Airlines flight 1380 from New York to Dallas took off from La Guardia Airport, New York, 20 minutes after taking off from La Guardia Airport. A 43 year old woman was sucked out of a broken plane window and other passengers pulled her back, but she died in the hospital because of an engine explosion over Philadelphia, 20 minutes after takeoff from La Guardia Airport. 7 of the wounded, including the captain of a naval pilot, were fearless and were praised as heroes when only one engine worked. Passengers who had been on the 1380 flight of the air crash recently received an apology letter signed by Kelly, CEO of Southwest Airlines. The letter wrote that the National Transport Safety Commission (NTSB) is still in the investigation of the air safety accident, and our main concern and commitment is to do everything possible to help you. We are very valuable to be our customers, and I hope that in the future you will be willing to give a service opportunity to Southwest Airlines to regain your confidence in us, the letter wrote. In view of this, if you have any immediate financial need, we will enclose a cheque for us $5000. In order to express our sincerity, we have also sent you a $1000 travel coupon for you to use for future travel. At the end of the letter, Kelly wrote, once again, please accept our sincere apology. Martinez, a passenger on the Southwest Airlines flight 1380 in Dallas, received a media visit and said it would not be able to take the $5000 check for a time, and asked the lawyer first. EricZilbert, a fellow passenger in Davies, California, said that counsel had been interviewed and he planned to cash the check. On the other hand, FAA requires an ultrasonic inspection of hundreds of engines of similar aircraft, indicating that the inspection will affect 352 of the new u. S. Boeing 737 engine aircraft. The National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSB) believes that the windows of the aircraft are broken by a blade of the engine, and investigators say that the fall of the blade from the engine is a sign of metal fatigue, and the cracks in metal fatigue are very small, and the naked eye is difficult to find. Engine manufacturer CFM international 20 recommends that the engine be extensively inspected. FAAs orders and CFMs recommendations indicate that the metal fatigue of engine blades may be more serious than expected. According to the order of FAA, all CFM56-7B models of engines at least 30 thousand times of take-off and landing must undergo ultrasonic examination within 20 days. Source: China News Network Editor: Xu Meng _NN7485 On the other hand, FAA requires an ultrasonic inspection of hundreds of engines of similar aircraft, indicating that the inspection will affect 352 of the new u. S. Boeing 737 engine aircraft. The National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSB) believes that the windows of the aircraft are broken by a blade of the engine, and investigators say that the fall of the blade from the engine is a sign of metal fatigue, and the cracks in metal fatigue are very small, and the naked eye is difficult to find. Engine manufacturer CFM international 20 recommends that the engine be extensively inspected. FAAs orders and CFMs recommendations indicate that the metal fatigue of engine blades may be more serious than expected. According to the order of FAA, all CFM56-7B models of engines at least 30 thousand times of take-off and landing must undergo ultrasonic examination within 20 days.