Delta Airlines B739 faced inflight instrument failure

On April 20th,2021, Delta Airlines was conducting flight DL-9950 from Kansas City to Atlanta, GA (USA). With the aircraft Boeing 737-900, registration no was N830DN. The pilots mentioned to level off and halted the climb at ten-thousand feet, prompting the ATC they had an airspeed indicator issue. Along these lines, following up expressions “the Captain’s

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The Unfateful Aloha Airlines Flight 243

A Case of Serious Maintenance Lapse, Lack of Regulatory Oversight, and OEM’s Negligence Brief Description of the Occurrence On April 28, 1988, a Boeing 737-297 Aloha Airlines Flight 243 (IATA: AQ243, ICAO: AAH243) was scheduled between the Hilo and Honolulu islands in Hawaii.  During the flight, the aircraft experienced extensive cabin damage just behind the cockpit area after a

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