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Wow that can’t be safe, cardboard and duct tape (even if its speed tape) this just can’t be good or safe.  I’m really hoping this is just driving in for a repair and not out for a fly.

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8 Comments to White Trash Airlines

  1. It had a birdstrike, so yes its going for repair. Whats the best way to keep the electronics safe from weather? duct tape and cardboard!

  2. ThisGuy on March 7th, 2011
  3. Fairly common sight. Most likely it’s waiting on a repair crew to come replace the window. Would you want several hundred thousands of electronics ruined by *not* taping up a hole while waiting for the aviation mechanics to get around to fixing it??

  4. Fernblatt on March 7th, 2011
  5. Uh, yeah, what they said, most modern jet airliners cruise at about 450-500 miles per hour, so I would highly DOUBT that that little temporary repair would last for more than about 5 seconds – which would lead one to believe that this was meant to keep the rain out of the cockpit while a new windshield glass was brought in to replace the busted one.

  6. heywood jablomie on March 12th, 2011
  7. This was actually part of an investigation. The proper window blew out at 25000 ft, the pilot was sucked partly out the window and only survived cos a steward was serving him coffee and grabbed his legs….. was a BA flight out of Birmingham… can’t remember date but this was the UK CAA investigation cos some muppet had used the wrong length bolts in the original WTR

  8. thedriver35 on March 13th, 2011
  9. so wht we are white trash all the mexicans and black people dont like it dont ride the plane then lol :)

  10. courtney on March 18th, 2011
  11. This is not the BA flight that Tim Langcaster was sucked out of, the aircraft he was sucked out of was a BAC one-eleven, The picture shown above is clearly a boeing 767-300, This is a Bird strike, also at Birmingham airport in the UK, its awaiting repairs.

  12. CANADIAN on March 25th, 2011
  13. well you people take the fun outta a good laugh everytime……

  14. wow on April 17th, 2011
  15. It is indeed awaiting repair. The A/C wouldn’t even pressurize without a window. Which makes it un-airworthy

  16. Dirtdobber on April 24th, 2011

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