Deck Connect Flight 834

Deck Connect Flight 834

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Deck Connect is the airline that recieves ex regional aircraft from the Mainline Decknar fleet. N7838D, a 45 year old 737-200 that was in service with Lego Airlines back in 1969, is one of the origional 737's still in service to this day. The aircraft N7838D was on a routiene flight from New York's JFK to Bangor International Airport (KBGR). The flight would take about 55 mintues wheels up to wheels down. This particular aircraft had flown this route thousands of countless times. In about another 50 flight hours the aircraft was scheduled for a D-Check. During the check the aircraft would be inspected for Fatigue cracks and would be painted into the new livery, as well as IFE and WIFI would be added to the interior. Inspection for cracks is important for these aircraft since they are being pressureized and depressurzied more often. Flight 834, the 6:30 pm flight to Bangor climbed out of JFK and climbed to FL290. The pressurization of the aircraft caused some small cracks on the fuslage of the plane to expand thus upon meeting other cracks on the plane, a large section of the roof peeled away. Luckily do to some turbluance in the area all passengers were seated at the time.The plane landed at Portland International Jetport ten mintues later. No one was killed in the incident. Idea came from the Aloha 243.Thanks to AirbusA330 for the model. What do you guys think of my first aircraft "crash" more or less. Comment and rate. ©2014 Boeingfan727 #737 #737200 #Bangor #BGR #Boeing_737200 #Deck_Connect #Flight_834 #JFK #Portland #PWM
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