Plane Door Blows Out MidAir Passenger Captures Horror Video watch here
The exit door of the mid cabin was blown away in mid air. The passengers sitting inside started recording its video. There were 171 passengers and 6 crew members in the airplane. It was fortunate that everyone was landed safely at Portland International Airport. The flight was going from Portland to Ontario, California. Alaska Airlines has also given this information on social media platform X.
AS1282 from Portland to Ontario, CA experienced an incident this evening soon after departure. The aircraft landed safely back at Portland International Airport with 171 guests and 6 crew members. We are investigating what happened and will share more as it becomes available.
— Alaska Airlines (@AlaskaAir) January 6, 2024
Flightradar24, a real-time monitor that tracks aircraft movement, said in a social media post that the plane was flying at an altitude of 16,325 feet at the time of the incident. This was its maximum height. According to the report, Boeing 737 MAX was inducted into Alaska Airlines on October 1, 2023. It started commercial flights from 11 November 2023.
🚨#BREAKING: Alaska Airlines Forced to Make an Emergency Landing After Large Aircraft Window Blows Out Mid-Air ⁰⁰📌#Portland | #Oregon
⁰A Forced emergency landing was made of Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 at Portland International Airport on Friday night. The flight, traveling… pic.twitter.com/nt0FwmPALE
— R A W S A L E R T S (@rawsalerts) January 6, 2024
According to Flightradar 24, the plane has a rear cabin exit door. It comes before the rear exit door. It is activated only in dense seating configurations. But in Alaska Airlines, the door was not activated in this aircraft. This was a permanently plugged door. In such a situation, the airlines are asking for further investigation into the matter. The video of the door flying in the air is going viral on social media.
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