What If Aloha 243 Was A 737 QC?

Thu Apr 12, 2001 12:01 pm

Aloha 243 as we know was a 737-200 basic model. My question is, what if it was a 737-200 Quick Change, with the palletized seats? When the roof & everything blew out, would the pallets with seats have flown out as well? Grisly question I know, but I am entranced somehow by this accident, and plus, Aloha flies a couple QC's now.
T prop
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RE: What If Aloha 243 Was A 737 QC?

Thu Apr 12, 2001 2:06 pm

No they would not have, just as the seats on a normal aircraft are secured to the floor stucture so are the pallets on a QC model.
-T prop.

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