trauha wrote:Sad news. Thoughts go to his near and dear. With the integrated stairs there is weight. https://youtu.be/fEJPD1bISoI
helhem wrote:One paper describes the door slamming had much force and airplane parts flying to 10 meters away.
Carlos01 wrote:helhem wrote:One paper describes the door slamming had much force and airplane parts flying to 10 meters away.
This sounds very strange. Like there would have been a lot higher air pressure inside the plane, when the cap opened the door - causing the pressure to escape and smack down the door. Would this be theoretically possible to achieve with the plane's own airflow controls, or would it require an external source, like a small explosion of some kind?
gokmengs wrote:Sad news. Is the weight of the door that much and it came down with so much force to cause a casualty?
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