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Bilderberg nuts are going after all commerce in the United States. This is industrial sabotage and thank god SWA is exposing this attempted mass murder by the false flaging psychos!


Southwest Airlines cancels 300 flights after finding ‘gaping hole’ in 737′s fuselage
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/04/02/southwest-airlines-grounds-81-flights-after-finding-gaping-hole-in-737s-fuselage/
By Reuters
Saturday, April 2nd, 2011 -- 10:53 am

UPDATED: LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Southwest Airlines said it expects to cancel 300 flights on Saturday to allow inspections of 79 aircraft from its Boeing 737 fleet, after one of its planes with a gaping hole in the fuselage made an emergency landing. Passengers aboard Southwest Flight 812 from Phoenix toSacramento on Friday heard a loud noise and the hole appeared suddenly at about mid cabin. As a result, the pilot landed at a military base in Yuma, Arizona. Southwest and Boeing engineers will inspect the grounded aircraft, and the airline is working with federal authorities to determine the cause of the incident, Southwest said in a statement. The emergency aboard the Boeing 737-300 prompted the airline to examine other similar aircraft within its fleet, with a total of 79 inspections planned at five locations. Earlier on Saturday, Southwest said 81 aircraft would be grounded for inspections.
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Well 737 -300's are fairly old planes, likely there are continual bend or vibration stresses that are chafing cables near fuel lines or other some such problems developing among them. The 300's are refit with larger (diameter/power) than the original engines that have larger fans that create larger vibrations - there's lotsa reasons they could be failing or having some sort of an explosive problem including even things like hydraulic fluid leaks. Usually it's sensor wiring or pump wiring inside the fuel tanks, but could be fuel tank leak (and something else sparking) as well... (or even poor maintenance or some bad part)

Just have to wait and see, not enough info yet. No mention of the age of the affected aircraft but it must be serious or a newer or lower hours plane among those of that model or they wouldn't have grounded the whole lot of them.

Whatever it was they appear to have got lucky this time


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Original 737 100-200 with original long slender  Pratt & Whitney JT8D-1 engines (later judged too noisy and fuel hungry, though lighter and lower vibration)



Newer 737 300-700 with quieter CFM International CFM56 high bypass engines (much larger diameter slung-forward engine with so-called Hamster Pouch engine cowlings that are slightly flatter on the bottom to fit under the wings)

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Would there be any reason for globalists to target Phoenix airport for more invasive security?



Arizona bid to hire private security denied by TSA
http://www.azcentral.com/news/election/azelections/articles/2011/02/08/20110208arizona-private-security-bid-rejected-by-tsa.html
by Emily Gersema - Feb. 8, 2011 12:00 AM
The Arizona Republic

The federal Transportation Safety Administration has grounded an effort by Arizona legislators that would have required airports statewide to hire private firms instead of using the TSA for security screenings. House Bill 2288, proposed by Rep. Jeff Dial, R-Chandler, and sponsored by 14 other legislators, was pulled recently from the House Transportation Committee calendar. "That has been pulled because of some move by the federal government," Rep. Chester Crandell, R-Chandler, said. Airport officials around the country recently considered hiring private screeners as the TSA faced criticism from travelers for invasive security procedures, such as pat-downs and full-body scans. The public outcry, and the belief that contractors can be cheaper than a government agency, prompted the proposed Arizona legislation. But recently, TSA chief John Pistole said that no other airports will be allowed to hire private firms for screenings. Pistole said he based his decision on a review of a TSA private-screening program and policies. "As part of that review, I examined the contractor-screening program and decided not to expand the program beyond the current 16 airports, as I do not see any clear or substantial advantage to do so at this time," Pistole said. Federal official do not release details of how many TSA workers are based at each airport. Phoenix officials support Pistole's decision. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport utilized private screeners before and just after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Congress outlined standards for airport security in 2001, when it created the TSA. As part of the law, it created a pilot program so airports could apply for federal approval to hire private firms. Since 2002, 16 were approved for private security. Seven of those airports are in Montana. Phoenix Assistant Aviation Director Carl Newman said city officials have considered privatizing security. Years ago, they visited San Francisco International Airport, where private contractors handle security screening. But Phoenix officials concluded the city-run Sky Harbor and its clients wouldn't benefit much from private security. The airport would not save money because it would have to ensure that benefits for the private firm's employees were the same or better than those of TSA workers. The private firm also would have to conduct screenings the same way. "At the end of the day, if we decided to go with private screeners, it's not us that selects the private screeners," Newman said. "We can make a request, but they (federal officials) don't have to follow that request."


And do not forget the globalists' assassination of Judge Roll in Arizona known as "The Safeway Massacre" to stop any removal of the anti-constitutional Safeway Amendment.
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TSA abuses new mother (and a Phoenix cop steps in to help them)
http://politifi.com/news/TSA-abuses-new-mother-and-a-cop-steps-in-to-help-them-1691102.html
Signs of the Times News / 28th Nov 2010

Pregnancy : New Mother Harassed and Threatened by TSA because she requests alternate screening for her breast milk. Video contains two errors: she was not pregnant at the time (became pregnant 6 weeks later) and her child at home was 7 months old (not 1 year). If this video taken at the Phoenix Airport Security screening area is accurate than what this new mother went through is an an outrage. The video shows a mother with breast milk for her 7 month old baby asking it not be put through the TSA x-ray machine...
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4 April 2011 Last updated at 01:38 ET

Small cracks found in three Southwest Airlines jets

Small, sub-surface cracks have been found in three more Southwest Airlines planes like those thought to have caused another to develop a hole in its cabin roof mid-flight, officials say.

The National Transportation Safety Board said it had been informed there were additional crack indications in the lap joints on the Boeing 737-300s.

Nineteen other 737-300s showed no problems and will return to service.

The plane with the ruptured fuselage landed safely in Arizona on Friday.

More: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12954335
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4 April 2011 Last updated at 01:38 ET

Small cracks found in three Southwest Airlines jets

Small, sub-surface cracks have been found in three more Southwest Airlines planes like those thought to have caused another to develop a hole in its cabin roof mid-flight, officials say.

The National Transportation Safety Board said it had been informed there were additional crack indications in the lap joints on the Boeing 737-300s.

Nineteen other 737-300s showed no problems and will return to service.

The plane with the ruptured fuselage landed safely in Arizona on Friday.

More: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12954335

Yup so it was just a cabin-decompression blow out due to the added weight, torsional wing stress and vibration of the newer more vibration prone larger diameter fan, slung-forward engines, that never happened with/to the much older JP8 powered 100's and 200's. It will likely eventually affect all newer Classics and Next Generations as well. Good thing they identified what to look for.

This added torsional fuselage stress point - cowling shear force zone may also be how the large lap-jointed piece of torn away "Mystery Green Airplane" fuselage-cowling ended up out on the road to be carted off under the Blue Tent cover by the Pentagon lawn on 9/11 too.  ;)

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Boeing 'In Massive Safety Cover-Up': Report

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFUFFzkCQXw&feature=player_embedded

Editor's Note:  We are republishing this story in the wake of this news:

NTSB: Cracks found in 3 more Southwest planes

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Two whistleblowers from Boeing have stepped forward.

Get all the details on the investigative report here

Al Jazeera has conducted an investigation into claims that more than 1,500 of the world's most commonly-used passenger planes, the Boeing 737NG, were built with ill-fitting and illegal parts.  Two whistleblowers who used to work for Boeing spoke to Al Jazeera's People & Power programme.  Al Jazeera has also uncovered internal Boeing documents which seem to support the claims - and others which appear to show that the US government itself has been helping Boeing to cover up the problems.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaWdEtANi-0&feature=player_embedded

More: http://dailybail.com/home/boeing-in-massive-safety-cover-up-report.html
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Cracks found in FIVE more Southwest planes after emergency safety inspections...
but it is business as usual for the company

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1373701/Cracks-FIVE-Southwest-planes-emergency-safety-inspections.html
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Last updated at 8:50 PM on 5th April 2011

* Cracks found in FIVE more Southwest planes
* Two Southwest planes forced to make emergency landings
* 700 services cancelled since hole 'exploded' in plane on Friday
* Operations have now returned to normal


Cracks have been found in five Southwest planes after an emergency inspection was carried out on the airline's fleet when a five-foot hole 'exploded' in the roof of Flight 812 on Friday.
Almost 80 planes were grounded as part of a number of safety and security measures to ensure that it would not happen again, but in that time another Southwest plane had to make an emergency landing when a burning smell filled its cabin.

After inspecting the grounded Boeing 737-300s they were able to confirm that cracks had been found in the aluminium of five of them.

The airline said today that its operations were returning to normal after nearly 700 flights were cancelled Saturday through Monday.
Federal officials say they will order emergency inspections of some older 737s in other airlines for cracks in the fuselage like the ones on the Southwest jets.
The airline has been left reeling after a spate of problems which seemed to have dented the public's trust in them.
Their market share had also tumbled by four per cent yesterday.
Though it has since recovered, and was down by less than one per cent today, this recent revelation may have another knock-on effect.

The airline crisis began on Friday when the huge tear opened up at 34,000 feet 18 minutes into Flight 812 from Phoenix to Sacramento, California.
Passengers scrambled desperately for oxygen masks as the plane embarked on an emergency landing, eventually landing safely at Yuma, Arizona.
 
None of the 118 travellers were hurt but one flight attendant received minor injuries.
The cracking found in the subsequent inspection had been missed during routine maintenance before the flight took off.
Officials said that it was unlikely the fault, which measured 5ft long and one foot wide, would have been noticed unless mechanics had specifically looked for it but are ensuring something like that does not happen again.

‘What we saw with Flight 812 was a new and unknown issue,’ Mike Van de Ven, Southwest executive vice president and chief operating officer, said.

'Prior to the event regarding Flight 812, we were in compliance with the FAA-mandated and Boeing-recommended structural inspection requirements for that aircraft.’

Yesterday, a Boeing 737-300 flight to San Diego carrying 142 people was diverted to Los Angeles after the pilot reported a mechanical problem.

The airline was forced to cancel 700 flights from Friday to Monday while they inspected 79 planes.
Social networking sites have been awash with concerns from future passengers of Southwest, many wondering if they should cancel their flight and use another airline and questioning the safety of Southwest's fleet.
On Twitter, Fred 27 wrote: 'Should be flying to California this weekend, looking at other ways to make the trip, don't trust Southwest.'

AlisonAngel wrote: 'Southwest flight has been cancelled (thank god) and trying to offer me a new one but think I will hedge my bets elsewhere.'

The NTSB could issue urgent recommendations for inspections on other 737s if investigators decide there is a problem that has been overlooked.

The type of riveted joint involved is not normally subjected to extensive checks for wear or fatigue.

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Lynn Lunsford said the FAA was following up on the report.
Flight Global safety expert David Learmount said of the run of events: 'It is not unusual for these type of things to happen, it was just unfortunate for Southwest that a common, minor fault took place so closely to Friday's event.

'Having smoke or fumes in the cabin happens every day several times in airlines across the world and it is just not a serious problem that staff are very well prepared and equipped to deal with.
'If you run a big airline you have to expect these types of things to happen but the aviation industry has learned from the mistakes of the past and are improving every day and prepared for any possibility.'


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AIRLINE PLAGUED BY PROBLEMS

Friday April 1 - Southwest Airlines Flight 812 made an emergency landing in Arizona 18 minutes after take off when a five-foot hole ripped through the plane.

Saturday April 2 - Southwest Airlines cancel 300 flights.

Sunday April 3 - Southwest Airlines cancel further 300 flights and announce inspections on 79 aircrafts.

Monday April 4 - Southwest Airlines Flight ? was forced to make an emergency landing at Los Angeles after a burning electrical smell in the cabin.
Up to 175 more Southwest flights expected to be cancelled throughout the day.
The airline's premarket share price down by four per cent.

Tuesday April 5 - Southwest confirm cracks found in five more planes


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1373701/Cracks-FIVE-Southwest-planes-emergency-safety-inspections.html#ixzz1IgaSNlJU

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Boeing 'In Massive Safety Cover-Up': Report

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFUFFzkCQXw&feature=player_embedded

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Two whistleblowers from Boeing have stepped forward.

Get all the details on the investigative report here

Al Jazeera has conducted an investigation into claims that more than 1,500 of the world's most commonly-used passenger planes, the Boeing 737NG, were built with ill-fitting and illegal parts.  Two whistleblowers who used to work for Boeing spoke to Al Jazeera's People & Power programme.  Al Jazeera has also uncovered internal Boeing documents which seem to support the claims - and others which appear to show that the US government itself has been helping Boeing to cover up the problems.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaWdEtANi-0&feature=player_embedded

More: http://dailybail.com/home/boeing-in-massive-safety-cover-up-report.html

I HAD been under the impression it might have been at best a 737-500 Classic (and was thinking an old 300 klunker)  but according to Pilotsfor911truth (Rob Balsamo) investigation it would have had to have been a 737-600 to 900 NG (Next Generation) that they sent into the Pentagon in place of AA Flight 77 because of the advanced avionics on board, as evidenced by the incompatible (GPS Equipped) FDR data.

Now it appears there's good reason for why a defective scrap 737 NG might have been the ideal candidate for Cheney to have picked for the 9/11 Show. - The new green (military) plane was likely some obvious reject basically unsafe, too expensive to rebuild, an embarrassment that needed to be lost and thus less than worthless.

Another thing that puzzled me about the older 737 Classics is that they still have manual cable flight controls (not even all servo-hydraulic) so would be very difficult to convert to (electronic fly by wire) unmanned TERCOM drone operation

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Monday, January 31st, 2011
Canadian North adds a Boeing 737-300 aircraft to its fleet
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Canadian North is proud to announce that is has expanded its fleet to include a Boeing 737-300 aircraft. This new model adds a third type of aircraft to its fleet, including Boeing 737-200 planes as well as de Havilland Dash 8 aircraft.

“The addition of the 300 is an exciting first step for us in our fleet renewal strategy,” states Canadian North’s Vice President of Operations, Steve Hankirk. “The increase in demand in our charter operation, coupled with the strong operation on the scheduled side of our business, has allowed us to move forward with this new aircraft.”

The 737-300 aircraft offers several desirable features, including:

A passenger capacity of 136 (the 200 series can accommodate up to 112 passengers)
A lower fuel burn
Lower maintenance costs
A longer flight range
By adding the 737-300 model to its fleet, Canadian North now operates nine 737-200 aircraft, four Dash 8 aircraft, as well as an additional three to four Dash 8 aircraft that it leases each day.

http://www.canadiannorth.com/about/news/009297-january-31-2011-canadian-north-expands-its-fleet

Northern airline's Boeing 737-300 OK: president
CBC News Posted: Apr 4, 2011 11:11 AM CT Last Updated: Apr 4, 2011 5:25 PM CT
Canadian North says it has found nothing so far on its Boeing 737-300 jet, which is the subject of safety questions after the fuselage of a similar plane in the U.S. ripped open this weekend.

A 1½-metre hole tore open in the passenger cabin roof area of a Southwest Airlines jetliner as it left Phoenix for Sacramento, Calif., on Friday.

None of the 118 people on board was seriously hurt as the plane made an emergency landing at a military base in Yuma, about 240 kilometres southwest of Phoenix.

Southwest has since grounded its 79 other Boeing 737-300s and began inspecting them. At least three more planes have been found to have small, subsurface cracks similar to the ones believed to have caused the fuselage tear.

But Yellowknife-based Canadian North, the only airline in Canada so far that is confirmed to have a Boeing 737-300 jet in its fleet, told CBC News that an early inspection of its plane turned up nothing.

"We did do a preliminary inspection of our aircraft yesterday with no findings," Canadian North president Tracy Medve said Monday.

"We are awaiting the recommendations from Boeing as to whether there are additional inspections that they will require," she added. "If there are, we'll fully comply with the recommendations and carry on from there."

Boeing said Monday that it will issue guidance this week on how airlines should do checks on the affected airplanes now in service.

Canadian North, an aboriginal-owned airline that flies mainly in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, announced on Jan. 31 that it has purchased the Boeing 737-300 to complement its existing fleet of 737-200 and de Havilland Dash 8 aircraft.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/story/2011/04/04/cdn-north-boeing-737-300.html

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