Friday , July 12 2024

Brand new Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max suffers mid-air window BLOW-OUT causing depressurization that ripped child’s shirt off as jet returned to Portland Airport: High-tech jet suffered two deadly crashes

  • An Alaska Airlines flight from Portland to Ontario, California was forced to make an emergency landing after suffering depressurization after takeoff
  • Alaska flight 1282 left Portland just after 5pm local time on Friday when a window blew out at 16,000 feet, ripping a child’s shirt off 
  • A child reportedly had to be held in his seat by his mother and other passengers lost their phones which were sucked out of the plane  

An Alaska Airlines flight from Portland to Ontario, California was forced to make an emergency landing after suffering depressurization after takeoff.

Alaska flight 1282 left Portland just after 5pm local time on Friday when a window blew out at 16,000 feet, ripping a child’s shirt off.

The Boeing 737-9 MAX rolled off the assembly line just two months ago, receiving its certification in November 2023, according to FAA record posted online.

The Boeing 737-9 MAX rolled off the assembly line just two months ago, receiving its certification in November 2023, according to FAA record posted online

The Boeing 737-9 MAX rolled off the assembly line just two months ago, receiving its certification in November 2023, according to FAA record posted online

Several passengers told KPTV that the airplane’s oxygen masks deployed immediately, and multiple people used the masks as they waited for the plane to land at PDX.

Another passenger told the outlet that a child had to be held in his seat by his mom and people lost their phones which were sucked out of the plane. 

 It is not yet clear whether any of those on board were injured during the incident.

Alaska Airlines posted on X that they were ‘aware of an incident’ aboard their flight AS1282 and said they would release more information as it becomes available.

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