Decknar Airlines Flight 812

Decknar Airlines Flight 812

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A sad day for Decknar. Flight 812, Los Angeles bound from Boston was the afternoon scheduled flight, to depart Boston at 11:22 AM est, and arrive in LAX 6 hours and 13 minutes later on June 20th 2015. 812 was being operated by one of the fleets older 727-200’s, N72772, delivered to Lego Airlines in 1976. The aircraft departed on schedule and lumbered into the sky’s over the Northeast. Black Box recordigns show that the flight was all but routine until the plane was over Oklahoma. The crew began to experiance diffculty with the autopilot, and attempted to being the aircraft down. During the decent the autopilot disconnected and the pilots struggled to hand fly the bird. Communications with Kansas City Center and Flight 812 shows the crew reported they could no longer control the alerions, or control the bank of the aircraft. 2 minutes later the plane dropped off Center’s radar. No distress call was made after the pilots reported the problems with the alerions. The aircraft’s remains were later found in Slapout Oklahoma, a small town located along US Route 270 . The most notable pieces were found in and along the Kiowa Creek. The blackbox’s were too damaged to help with the investigation over the crash. It is likely to believe that the aircraft may have suffered more structural damage than previously beleive after the left wing struck a runway in some tough crosswinds. The aircraft after several months of continuiously flying may have had cracks in and on the wing. During flights when the wings are flexing, this may have caused the wings to start breaking. The loss of alerion control may have been caused when a piece of the wing broke away and fuel and hydraulic fluid drained out from the wing of the aircraft. It is possible to believe that some of the wires that were now severed may have short circuted when a larger section of the wing broke and the whole wing caught fire, maybe causing the aircraft to explode in mid-air. The fate of flight 812 however is still under investigation, but Decknar is greiving alongside the families of all 102 passengers and 5 crew members. Decknar has hit some financial hard times since the crash but we hope to be bouncing back relativly soon. #Crash #Decknar_Airlines #Flight_812
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