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B-737 plane: emergency landing in Japan

Aviation expert denounced poor FAA supervision: "Next accident imminent"

The safety issue of the B-737 aircraft remains at the center of global attention. Today in Japan the commander of an aircraft produced by the American manufacturer had to reverse course and return to the departure airport due to a crack in the cockpit window. The words of aviation expert Dan Gryder sound prophetic: the "next accident is imminent" due to the poor supervision of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), said days ago. 

This is the most recent case: the B-737/800 (registration JA56AN) of the Japanese company All Nippon Airways took off at 11:08 (3:08 in Italy) from Shin-Chitose airport, in Sapporo, with destination Toyama airport, near Tokyo (flight NH1182). The were 59 passengers and 6 crew members on board. 20 minutes after departure, having reached an altitude of 34,000 feet (10,000 metres), the pilot reported a crack in the cockpit window, reversed course and made an emergency landing in Sapporo.

In short, there seems to be no peace for the US Boeing Group. About a week ago, the dramatic detachment in flight of a plug door of the Alaska Airlines B-737 Max 9 aircraft, which forced the commander to reverse course and make an emergency landing. A few hours after that incident, aviation expert Dan Gryder attributed the crash to a "lack of adequate oversight" by the FAA, warning that an air disaster was imminent. Words that today found another confirmation.

On the same topic, see also the article published by AVIONEWS.

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency