On a 350 mile trip in a jet, there is no sense going that high because there is barely enough time or distance. The NTSB concluded in its final report on the accident: “The National Transportation Safety Board determines that the probable cause of this accident was the failure of the Aloha Airlines maintenance program to detect the presence of significant disbonding and fatigue damage which ultimately led to failure of the lap joint at S-10L and the separation of the fuselage upper lobe.”, “Contributing to the accident were the failure of Aloha Airlines management to supervise properly its maintenance force; the failure of the FAA to require Airworthiness Directive 87-21-08 inspection of all the lap joints proposed by Boeing Alert Service Bulletin SB 737-53A1039; and the lack of a complete terminating action (neither generated by Boeing nor required by the FAA) after the discovery of early production difficulties in the B-737 cold bond lap joint which resulted in low bond durability, corrosion, and premature fatigue cracking.”. The temperature outside likely would have killed Clarabelle Lansing in less than ten seconds, probably five. At that moment, the roof flew out from the aircraft and the 58-year-old flight attendant, Clarabelle Lansing, who was in row 5, was ejected into the void. It's standard protocol. The bond cured at room temperature after assembly. Most of the passengers were injured, seven seriously. Not funny for Clarabelle, but I enjoyed reading this. At the time of the incident, the Boeing 737-200 had accumulated 89,680 flight-cycles and 35,496 flight-hours. Well, I enjoyed this. Hmm. Michele was in row 15 or 16. As the cabin air escaped at over 700 mph, flight attendant Lansing became wedged in the vent instead of being immediately thrown clear of the aircraft. "Gender has nothing to do with it. Lansing is a Dutch patronymic surname from the personal name Lans (Germanic Lanzo). The additional outer layer construction improved the joint by: The investigation determined that the quality of inspection and maintenance programs was deficient. One hopes this wasn’t an act of sexism. Clarabelle had 5 siblings: Edna Lansing, Betty Jane Lansing and 3 other siblings. Flowers added to the memorial appear on the bottom of the memorial or here on the Flowers tab. The National Transportation Safety Board determines that the probable cause of this accident was the failure of the Aloha Airlines maintenance program to detect the presence of significant disbonding and fatigue damage which ultimately led to failure of the lap joint at S-10L and the separation of the fuselage upper lobe. "Not her best day" would be appropriate for a kitten unraveling her knitting just after the toaster cremated her toast, but not for being sucked from a plane to her death and her body never found. Clarabelle lived in 1935, at address, New York.
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