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Hawaii / Aloha Plane Accident #561997

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 30, 1988
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(Studio: John Cochran) Federal Aviation Administration restrictions on older Boeing Company 737s in wake of section of fuselage ripping off Aloha jetliner over Hawaii reported

(Maui, Hawaii: Don Oliver) Inquiry into possibility that stress on metal caused accident reported; statistics on pressurization of particular plane involved given. [NTSB spokesperson Joseph NALL - says it was fortunate that plane could be landed successfully.] Missing stewardess, Clarabelle Lansing, mentioned. [PASSENGERS -recall event.] Federal Aviation Administration restrictions on older planes operated by Aloha, Piedmont and American airlines detailed. [Federal Aviation Administration administration T. Allan McARTOR - says immediate inspections add to air safety.]

Cochran, John;
Oliver, Don

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