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Fuselage remains after the emergency landing
Fuselage remains after the emergency landing
Route of Aloha Airlines Flight 243. In blue, the original flight plan, and in red, the detour after the incident.
Route of Aloha Airlines Flight 243. In blue, the original flight plan, and in red, the detour after the incident.
The involved aircraft in 1973 in a previous livery
The involved aircraft in 1973 in a previous livery
The accident raised a heretofore unrecognized problem – the continuing airworthiness of aging aircraft. An 18-foot (5.5 m) gap opened in flight in the
The accident raised a heretofore unrecognized problem – the continuing airworthiness of aging aircraft. An 18-foot (5.5 m) gap opened in flight in the fuselage of the 19-year-old Boeing 737 operated by Aloha Airlines.
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Aloha BAC 1-11 in 1967
Aloha BAC 1-11 in 1967
Aloha Boeing 737-200 at Honolulu in May 1981
Aloha Boeing 737-200 at Honolulu in May 1981
Aloha Pacific DC-10-30 at Taipei Airport in July 1984
Aloha Pacific DC-10-30 at Taipei Airport in July 1984
A former Aloha Boeing 737-700WL in storage in Southend Airport, England, after the airline's 2008 demise
A former Aloha Boeing 737-700WL in storage in Southend Airport, England, after the airline's 2008 demise