Aloha Airlines Flight 243 Re-creation

Eh video dekh ke tusi heran ho jaoge jado 24000 feet di uchai te udd de jahaj di chatt udd ghyee ta fer jo hoiya oh dekhan hi wala hai. Video dekho te share karo vad to vad.
On April 28, 1988, at 1346, a Boeing 737-200, N73711, operated by Aloha Airlines Inc., as flight 243, experienced an explosive decompression and structural failure at 24,000 feet, while en route from Hilo, to Honolulu, Hawaii. Approximately 18 feet from the cabin skin and structure aft of the cabin entrance door and above the passenger floor line separated from the airplane during flight.

There were 89 passengers and 6 crewmembers on board. One flight attendant was swept overboard during the decompression and is presumed to have been fatally injured; 7 passengers and 1 flight attendant received serious injuries. The flight crew performed an emergency descent and landing at Kahului Airport on the Island of Maui.
This video therefore seeks to re-create the thirteen minutes that Aloha Airlines Flight 243 flew without its missing fuselage using footage from various sources as well as that of the National Transportation Safety Board’s official report.

Posted in: Misc