Date: 12 Dec 96 04:39:33 From: jfmezei <email@example.com> Organization: SPC References: 1 Followups: 1
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firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > > An inadvertently opened forward cargo door caused the destruction of TWA > 800, Pan Am 103, Air India 182 and almost UAL 811. Full documentation and > support for cargo door theory is on web site www.corazon.com John Barry > Smith email@example.com 1- Was TWA800's FDR sophisticated enough to detect a cargo door opening and pressure drop ? If so, is there an explanation of why *NOTHING* was recorded on either FDR or CVR prior to the massive systems failure? Wouldn't such a cargo door failure have taken a few seconds to result in total failure/explosion ? 2- In the case of Air India (Flight from Montreal to London), enough wreckage was recovered to conclude it was a bomb. They pretty well know who did it but do not have enough evidence to bring them to trial. Since that flight had been at cruise altitude for hours when the explosion occured, I would like an explanation of what would have triggered the door's suddent failure during regular cruise.