12 Weirdest Reasons for an Emergency Landing 1. Emergency landing after evacuation slide INFLATES inside cabin mid-flight Passenger flight 1463 of United Airlines was forced to make an emergency landing due to accidental opening of evacuation slide during the flight operation. The flight took off from Chicago to California with 96 people on board. A loud pop and hissing noise was been heard by a passenger name Michael Schroeder. Luckily not a single passenger was injured in this incident.
Army Air Force fighter stationed in Hawaii was the Curtiss P-40, an all-metal, 300-mph (if the pilot was lucky) 1934 design, updated by an inline Allison engine jammed in its snout. The P-40 was rapidly overtaken by far more capable fighters, but on December 7, 1941, the warplane boasted two winning features: In a dive, it was the fastest airplane in the world, and it was available. By 9 a.m. that day, more than 2,400 Americans had been killed, the Navy fleet ruined, and more than half of the 200 Army aircraft on Oahu damaged beyond use. The lone aerial opposition came not from an organized action of the air wings stationed in Hawaii but from individual pilots, like George Welch, who raced for any airplane they could find. Welch’s exploits in the P-40 that day—he downed four Japanese aircraft—were dramatized in the 1970 film Tora!
To celebrate this commemorative occasion, he ordered a silver cup with the name of the pilot and the day he was killed. He would continue this celebratory tradition until there became a nationwide silver shortage and it was no longer possible. In the late of 1916, Manfred infamously painted his Fokker triplane a dazzling shade of red. Towards the end of January, 1917, he had already shot down 52 planes and killed 51 men. On July 6th, 1917 Richthofen was shot in the head while attempting to make yet another kill.
Jorge: well Alaura and Estefania we think that it is a plane problem or a pilot problem. Jorge: This plane was crashed into the belly of the northern twin tower, that caused a big explosion Jorge: this is very devastating for many families, it was just out of nowhere everything
At 15:16, the flight was flying achieve flight level 350 (approximately 35,000 feet). After 13 minutes, while flying approaching 35,000 feet, the aircraft vanish off radar screens and lost contact. At 17:45, the missing China Airlines CI-611 flight was confirmed by Taiwan 's Civil Aviation Authority as a crash. At 18:00, about 45 km Northeast off the Penghu islands was found aircraft wreckage at the sea such as bodies, luggage, documents, magazines. The flight was disintegrated at high altitude because of the debris was found near Changhua, at 45 kilometers from the crash
Cooper died during the history creating jump. First off, Himmelsbach, who worked the case from 1971 until he retired from the FBI, notes “Cooper didn’t ask for a helmet, gloves, flight jacket, jumpsuit, or boots, It was below zero degrees Fahrenheit outside, dark, and the plane was going 196 MPH” (“D.B. Cooper”). Knowing this, he was probably a very inexperienced jumper, meaning he had an unbelievable high chance of being killed for that jump of history. After all, he left behind the 2 best chutes!
Cooper died after making his getaway jumping from the 727 airplane on November 24, 1971. My second theory on D.B. Cooper is that he died after jumping from the plane. After this, when he survived, Kenneth Christiansen really wasn’t D.B. Cooper after all.
Powers customer service oriented airline among low-cost carriers. With the debacle that happened JetBlue must take airline customer service to even a higher precedent as issues such as passenger rights, getting planes off the ground on time, and employee empathy are addressed  David G. Neeleman the founder and CEO of JetBlue airlines said he was humiliated and mortified by the huge breakdown in the airline’s operation. He also admitted that the current crises which led to about 1,000 cancelled flights in five days, was the result of a shoestring communications system that left pilots and flight attendants in the dark, and undersized reservation systems. Later he changed his position but still remained in the company.  Jet Blue was in real need to take back the lost reputation they tried to asked their internal OD consultant to go for all the details .After synthesizing the data, the OD consultant met with SOC (service operation center)leadership to interpret the data during a one-day working session.
The men who he gained close relationships with and highly respected him were involved in a plane crash over Pearl Harbor. Ten men were killed and this scared Louie. Again, he began to lose sight of his reason to live. To cope with the pain, he began to listen to music and drink