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24 February 1989 - United 811

United Airlines Flight 811 experienced a cargo door failure in flight on Friday, February 24, 1989, after its last stopover at Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii. The resulting decompression blew out several rows of seats, killing 9 passengers.

United 811, a Boeing 747-122 (registration number N4713U), took off from Honolulu International Airport bound for Auckland, New Zealand with 3 flight crew, 15 flight attendants, and 337 passengers at approximately 01:52 local time. It was under the command of Captain David Cronin.

During the climb, the crew made preparations to detour around thunderstorms along the aircraft's track; anticipating turbulence, the captain kept the seat-belt sign lit. Around this time (02:08) the plane had been flying for approximately 16 minutes and was passing between 22,000 and 23,000 feet. In the business-class section, a grinding noise was heard, followed by a loud thud which rattled the whole aircraft—1½ seconds later the forward cargo-door blew out abruptly. The pressure differential caved in the floor above the door, causing two rows of seats (8G-12G and 8H-12H) and an individual in 9F to be ejected from the cabin, resulting in nine fatalities and leaving a gaping hole in the aircraft. The fatalities were: Anthony and Barbara Fallon, Harry and Susan Craig, Lee Campbell, Dr. John Crawford, John Swan, Rose Harley and Mary Handley-Desso. Mae Sapolu a flight-attendant in the Business-Class cabin was also severely injured when she was almost pulled out of the plane too, but survived when she was seen clinging to a seat leg by passengers and fellow crew who pulled her to safety inside the cabin. The pilots began an emergency descent to get the aircraft rapidly down to breathable air, while performing a 180-degree left turn to take them back to Honolulu. The decompression had damaged components of the on-board emergency oxygen supply system, which is primarily located in the forward cargo sidewall area, just aft of the cargo door.

The debris ejected from the plane during the explosive decompression caused severe damage to the number 3 and 4 engines, causing visible fires in both. The crew did not get fire warnings from either of them, although engine 3 was experiencing heavy vibration, no N1 reading, and low EGT and EPR, leading the crew to shut it down. At 02:10, an emergency was declared, and the crew began dumping fuel to get the plane's weight down to an acceptable landing weight. Initially, they pushed the number 4 engine slightly to help force the plane down faster, but once they noticed it was giving almost no N1, high EGT, and was emitting flames, they shut it down as well. Some of the explosively ejected debris damaged the right wing's Leading Edge Devices, dented the horizontal stabilizer on that side, and even struck the tailfin. NTSB reports found human remains in the fan blades of Number 3 Engine, bringing a cold comfort that some of the victims died almost instantly as they were pulled out of the plane.

During the course of the descent Captain Cronin had ordered Flight Engineer Randal Thomas to tell the flight attendants to prepare for an emergency landing, however Thomas was unable to contact the flight attendants. Thomas asked the captain if he could go down and find out what was happening. Cronin agreed. Thomas saw severe damage immediately upon leaving the cockpit: the aircraft's skin was peeled off in some areas on the upper deck revealing the frames and stringers. As he went down to the lower deck the magnitude of the damage became obvious as he now saw the gigantic hole in the side of the plane. Thomas came back to the cockpit, visibly pale, and reported that large section of fuselage aft of the Number 1 exit door was open. He concluded that it was probably a bomb, and considering the condition of the plane, it would be unwise to exceed 250 knots (460 km/h). The plane's stall speed was around 240 knots (440 km/h), producing a narrow operating envelope.

As the plane neared the airport, the landing gear was extended; the flaps only partially deployed, as a result of damage sustained following the decompression. This resulted in a landing speed between 190 kts and 200 kts. Regardless, Captain Cronin was able to get the plane to a halt without going off the end of the runway. Fourteen minutes had elapsed since the emergency was declared. Evacuation was carried out and all passengers and flight attendants were off in less than 45 seconds, though every flight attendant suffered some injury during the evacuation, ranging from scratches to a dislocated shoulder.

The accident was most likely caused by improper wiring and deficiencies in the door's design. Unlike a plug door which opens inwards and essentially jams against its frame as the pressure outside drops, the Boeing 747 was designed with an outward-hinging door which, while increasing capacity, required a locking mechanism to keep the door closed. Deficiencies in the design of wide-body aircraft cargo doors were already known since the early 1970s from flaws in the DC-10 cargo door. Despite the warnings and deaths from the 1970s DC-10 incidents, and early Boeing attempts to solve the problems in the 1970s, the problems were not seriously addressed by the aircraft industry until much later.

The 747's cargo door utilized a series of electrically-operated latch cams with which the latch pin locks in, the cam then rotating into the closed position. A series of L-shaped arms called locking sectors, actuated by the moving of a lever to close the door, are designed to reinforce the latch cams and prevent them from rotating into the unlocked position. The locking sectors were made out of aluminum, and of too thin a gauge to actually be able to keep the latch cams from moving into the unlocked position against the power of the door motors. An electrical switch designed to cut electrical power to the cargo door when the outer handle was closed was faulty; the motors could still draw power. It appeared in this case that a short circuit in the aging plane caused an uncommanded rotation of the latch cams, which forced the weak locking sectors to unlock; the pressure differential and aerodynamic forces then blew the door off the fuselage, causing the massive decompression.

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Transcript of the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)


117 E FOURTEEN * ONE SIXTY TWENTY EIGHT TWENTY FOUR.
129 E OH IF I DIDN'T TELL YA YOUR AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKLIST IS COMPLETE
132 C ALL RIGHT
407 F DO YOU FEEL LIKE ADDIN' SOME NUMBERS?
412 E I CAN ADD NUMBERS.
415 F THANKS.
436 F THERE'S A FEW OF THEM OUT THERE AREN'T THERE?
446 C ALL RIGHT.
448 C IT'S COLD OUTSIDE HERE.
449 F YEAH IT IS.
515 C TELL 'EM WE CAN HANDLE THIRTY THREE IF IT'S AVAILABLE.
519 F OKAY.
522 X ***
523 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY CENTER.
526 F AH UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY GO AHEAD.
527 R YES SIR SAY YOUR HEADING DIRECT DOORS.
533 F ONE NINETY AH SIX.
538 F OKAY IT LOOKS LIKE ONE NINETY SIX AH PUT US DIRECT DOORS.
541 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER.
633 F ARE YOU GUNNA WANT TO GO A LITTLE TO THE RIGHT OR WHAT?
634 C A LITTLE BIT NOT MUCH.
638 F YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO TOP IT.
640 C YEAH.
641 C YEAH WE'LL BE ABLE TO TOP THAT.
650 E TELL THEM WE CAN TAKE THREE THREE RIGHT NOW IF THEY GOT IT.
707 F WELL MAYBE WE CAN'T.
709 E OH YEAH WE'RE IN GOOD SHAPE - BEAUTIFUL.
713 F AND HONOLULU UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY AH WE CAN HANDLE THREE THREE ZERO NOW IF WE COULD GET IT.
719 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY UNABLE THREE THREE ZERO OAKLAND HAS TRAFFIC.
724 F OKAY.
726 C I WOULD YOU PUT IT ON FILE FOR US.
730 F AND COULD YOU PUT US AH PUT IT ON FILE FOR US AH WE'D LIKE THREE THREE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
735 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN ROGER.
741 E I DON'T THINK WE'RE GUNNA TOP THAT SON OF A GUN DO YOU
745 C OH (LET'S SEE HERE)
759 F ONLY WHAT AH THIRTY - ABOUT THIRTY FIVE MILES IN FRONT OF US.
815 C OKAY TELL HIM WE'RE GUNNA DETOUR OVER TO THE LEFT.
819 F AND CENTER EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY AH WE'RE GUNNA BE DETOURIN'
822 F SOME WEATHER HERE AT AH
824 F IT'S GONNA BE TO THE LEFT OF COURSE.
826 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN DEVIATION AS NECESSARY APPROVED.
827 F ROGER.
837 F LOOKS LIKE IT ENDS OUT THERE TO THE RIGHT DOESN'T IT?
840 C *
844 F I SAY IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S THE END OF IT RIGHT THERE TO THE RIGHT.
847 C YEAH.
850 F YOU'RE GETTIN' A HOLE RIGHT HERE ON THE RADAR.
852 C YUP.
853 E YOU GUYS (PICK/TAKE) THE QUICKEST WAY AROUND IT.
907 C WHAT THE # WAS THAT?
908 F I DON'T KNOW.
929 X THE ENGIN
931 F OKAY AH IT LOOKS LIKE WE'VE LOST NUMBER THREE ENGINE
934 F AND AH WE'RE DESCENDING RAPIDLY COMING BACK
938 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER KEEP CENTER ADVISED.
941 C CALL THE (A/AFT) FLIGHT ATTENDANT.
944 X *
946 C GOIN' DOWN.
947 E WE'VE LOST NUMBER THREE.
948 R CONTINENTAL TEN HEAVY TURN THIRTY DEGREES LEFT VECTOR FOR INBOUND TRAFFIC.
948 C OKAY.
953 C EMERGENCY DESCENT.
955 O WHAT'S THAT -
956 F UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY WE'RE DOIN' AN EMERGENCY DESCENT.
959 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER.
1000 F PUT YOUR MASK ON DAVE
1001 C YEAH.
1003 O HONOLULU CENTER CONTINENTAL ONE HEAVY DID YOU WANT US TO TURN LEFT DID YOU SAY.
1006 R CONTINENTAL ONE HEAVY AFFIRMATIVE.
1010 O TURNING NOW.
1016 C I CAN'T GET ANY OXYGEN-
1018 F (DID WE AH)
1019 X *
1021 E (WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO DO NOW)
1034 F YOU OKAY?
1035 C YEAH.
1036 F ARE YOU GETTIN' OXYGEN?
1037 F WE'RE NOT GETTIN' ANY OXYGEN
1038 E NO I'M NOT GETTIN' OXYGEN EITHER.
1040 C I'M OKAY.
1043 E THE CABIN'S FIFTEEN AND I GOT THE * SET.
1059 F WHAT'S THE CABIN DOIN' MARK?
1107 F WHAT'S THE AH INSTRUMENT SAYIN'
1109 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY SAY YOUR ALTITUDE NOW
1111 C LEAVIN' FIFTEEN.
1113 F AH UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY WE'RE OUT OF FIFTEEN POINT FIVE.
1116 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER.
1118 E THE CABIN'S WRONG
1119 E WE'RE AT SIXTEEN THOUSAND COMIN' DOWN
1120 E WE'RE GETTIN' WHAT WE GOT.
1121 C OKAY.
1123 F GO THROUGH THE PROCEDURE FOR NUMBER ONE AH NUMBER THREE.
1127 X *
1129 F I THINK WE BLEW A DOOR (* THINK WE BLEW A) - OR SOMETHIN'.
1135 C TELL THE PA- THE AH FLIGHT ATTENDANT TO GET AH PREPARED FOR AN EVACUATION.
1153 C WE DON'T HAVE ANY FIRE INDICATIONS.
1156 E I DON'T HAVE NO I DON'T HAVE ANYTHING.
1159 C OKAY WE LOST NUMBER AH THREE.
1202 F (LOOKIT) EGT - MAYBE WE DIDN'T - THERE'S NO N1.
1206 R CONTINENTAL ONE HEAVY LEAVING ONE FIVE THOUSAND RESUME OWN NAVIGATION DIRECT DOORS.
1207 C LET'S AH SHUT IT DOWN
1209 C THERE'S NO N1.
1211 O CONTINENTAL ONE HEAVY.
1212 F YEAH OKAY.
1214 F READY FOR NUMBER THREE.
1216 F SHUTDOWN CHECKLIST.
1216 R CONTINENTAL ONE HEAVY HAVE AH TRAFFIC YOUR TWO OCLOCK AND TWO ZERO MILES OPPOSITE DIRECTION AH HEAVY SEVEN FORTY SEVEN EMERGENCY AIRCRAFT INBOUND TO HONOLULU AND WE MIGHT NEED YOU TO ASSIST HIM AH INBOUND.
1217 E (NUMBER) THREE.
1224 E BEFORE AH YOU SHUT DOWN * NUMBER THREE THE GENERATOR WENT OFF
1227 E LOOKS OKAY TO GIVE IT A TRY
1230 O CONTINENTAL ONE HEAVY
1239 F THAT STOPPED THE VIBRATION ANYWAY.
1243 F AH CENTER UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN YOU WANT TO HAVE THE EQUIPMENT STANDING BY COMPANY NOTIFIED PLEASE.
1243 E LOTS OF FUEL
1245 E SHOULD WE DUMP?
1248 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER.
1252 E WANT ME TO START DUMPIN'?
1317 F AND HONOLULU UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY WE'RE GUNNA LEVEL AT NINE THOUSAND HERE WHILE WE ASSESS OUR PROBLEM
1323 F AND AH--AH WE'RE COMIN' BACK DIRECT HONOLULU.
1327 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER KEEP THE CENTER ADVISED.
1330 F OKAY.
1333 F I THINK WE LOST THE AH - WE LOST THE AH IT'S LIKE THE LEADING EDGE ON NUMBER AH--
1337 C WE MIGHT HAVE SOME DAMAGE OUT THERE -
1340 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY YOU'RE CLEARED AH PILOTS DISCRETION TO SIX THOUSAND HONOLULU ALTIMETER THREE ZERO ONE TWO.
1344 F OKAY PD TO SIX UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY.
1353 F OKAY AH FOURTEEN -
1412 C WE GOT
1412 E WE GOT AH HUNDRED-
1413 E -AND EIGHTY THOUSAND POUNDS.
1414 C WE GOT A CONTROL PROBLEM HERE.
1415 F DO WE
1418 A EVERYONE TAKE YOUR SEATS - TAKE - EVERYONE TAKE YOUR SEATS.
1419 F START DUMPIN' THE FUEL.
1420 E I AM DUMPIN/
1421 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY WHEN ABLE FORWARD THE SOULS ON BOARD AND FUEL AT LANDING.
1425 F OKAY AH STAND-BY WE'LL GIVE IT TO YA AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
1428 R ROGER.
1429 C WHAT ARE YA DUMPIN' DOWN TO?
1430 E YEAH.
1433 C WE'VE GOT A # OF A CONTROL PROBLEM HERE--I'VE GOT ALMOST FULL RUDDER ON THIS THING.
1440 F OKAY WE GOT -
1441 F YOU DUMPIN' AS QUICK AS YOU CAN?
1443 E I'M I'M DUMPIN' EVERYTHING.
1445 C AH WE GOT A PROBLEM WITH NUMBER FOUR ENGINE.
1447 E YEAH NUMBER FOUR LOOKS LIKE IT WAS AH OUT TOO.
1450 F WELL WE GOT EGT WE GOT N1.
1454 C OKAY WE GOT A PROBLEM WITH NUMBER FOUR ENGINE TOO.
1458 E OKAY SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIVE EGT
1500 E THE N1 LOOKS - LOW
1503 E YOU DON'T HAVE ALL OF IT.
1506 C OKAY WHAT'S AH MAX AH EPR FOR NUMBER TWO ONE AND TWO.
1513 F CAN YOU MAINTAIN TWO FORTY?
1515 C YEAH JUST BARELY.
1518 F YEAH BUT WE'RE LOSIN' ALTITUDE.
1519 C I KNOW IT.
1521 E WE'RE DOWN TO AH SIX HUNDRED AND SEVENTY THOUSAND NOW
1522 E WE'RE DUMPIN' FIVE THOUSAND POUNDS A MINUTE.
1522 F AH CENTER UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY AH DO YOU HAVE A FIX ON US?
1523 C OKAY.
1527 R AFFIRMATIVE SIR I HAVE YOU ON RADAR.
1530 F OKAY IT APPEARS THAT WE'VE AH WE HAVE LOST NUMBER THREE ENGINE
1534 F AND AH WE'VE LOST AH WE'RE NOT GETTIN' FULL POWER OUT OF NUMBER FOUR.
1538 F WE'RE AH - NOT ABLE TO HOLD AN ALTITUDE RIGHT NOW.
1542 F AH - WE'RE DUMPIN' FUEL
1544 F SO AH AH I THINK WE'RE GONNA BE ABLE T
1548 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER I SHOW YOU SIX ZERO MILES SOUND OF HONOLULU AT THIS TIME.
1552 F AH ROGER.
1555 F OKAY WHERE ARE WE WE GOT YOU'RE DUMPIN'-
1557 E YEAH.
1559 F WE GOT TO SHUT DOWN NUMBER THREE-
1601 E I'M GOING AH * --
1602 F WE DON'T HAVE FULL POWER ON NUMBER FOUR.
1604 E I HAVEN'T TALKED TO ANYBODY YET I COULDN'T GET TO 'EM.
1608 E AH YOU WANT ME TO GO DOWN STAIRS AND CHECK -
1610 C YEAH LET'S SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING DOWN THERE
1611 E I THINK I WE LOST A COMPRESSOR BUT AH -
1615 C I CAN'T HOLD AH I CAN'T HOLD ALTITUDE.
1617 F YEAH I TOLD HIM THAT WE'RE GUNNA -AH
1621 C AH WHAT'S THE MAX ON THERE-
1624 F *
1625 C I GOT TAKEOFF POWER ON THIS THING.
1626 F WE COULD--WHATEVER YOU NEED CAPTAIN.
1629 C WELL I KNOW IT I GOT-
1632 F YOU GOT TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY KNOTS NOW
1633 F THAT'S GOOD
1634 F SEVEN THOUSAND THAT'S---
1637 C YEAH WHY DON'T YOU -
1638 C WE'RE GETTIN' MORE RUMBLE
1640 E SIX SIXTY FIVE -
1641 C NO FUEL FLOW NOW FUEL FLOW ON NUMBER AH FOUR ENGINE
1644 F HOW CAN WE HAVE NO FUEL FLOW IF WE GOT N1 AND EGT
1648 C WE MUST BE AH LOSIN' FUEL LIKE MAD OUTTA THAT -
1650 F *
1652 C NUMBER FOUR ENGINE YOU GOT THE THING BALANCED ON THE FUEL.
1657 E AH YES FUEL'S BALANCED.
1659 C OKAY
1701 F OKAY WATCH YOUR HEADING WATCH YOUR HEADING YOU'RE GOIN DIRECT TO AH YOU WANT TO GO DIRECT HONOLULU.
1705 C YEAH
1706 E OKAY I'M GOING DOWNSTAIRS TO SEE WHAT THE # IS GOING ON
1707 F YEAH
1708 C GO AHEAD AND RUN DOWN AND SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING
1714 F I'M GUNNA COME BACK IN RADIO
1717 F DO YOU WANT TO BE BACK IN RADIO
1719 C YEAH
1720 F I'LL GIVE YOU DIRECT HONOLULU
1726 F WHAT A # OF A THING TO HAPPEN ON YOUR AH SECOND TO LAST MONTH
1729 C NO #
1732 F YOU GOT A FIRE OUT THERE
1734 C THERE'S A FIRE OUT THERE?
1735 F YEAH LOOKS LIKE IT'S ENGINE NUMBER FOUR
1736 C WHICH ONE
1737 F LOOKS LIKE NUMBER - NUMBER FOUR HOLD ON A SECOND -
1739 C YEAH WE GOT A FIRE IN NUMBER FOUR
1741 C GO THROUGH THE PROCEDURE SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE
1744 F WE'RE NOT GUNNA BE ABLE TO HOLD THIS ALTITUDE ON TWO
1746 C WELL
1749 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY AH PILOTS DISCRETION DESCEND TO FOUR THOUSAND
1753 C OKAY FOUR THOUSAND WE GOT A FIRE ON THE RIGHT SIDE
1755 C WE GOT A FIRE ON THE FIGHT SIDE
1357 C AH WE'RE ON TWO ENGINES NOW.
1753 E THE WHOLE RIGHT SIDE...
1759 E THE RIGHT SIDE IS GONE FROM ABOUT THE AH ONE RIGHT BACK IT'S JUST OPEN YOU'RE JUST LOOKIN' OUTSIDE
1759 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER
1807 C WADDAYA MEAN PIECES-
1808 E LOOKS LIKE A BOMB
1809 F FUSELAGE-
1810 E YES FUSELAGE IT'S JUST OPEN
1812 C OKAY IT LOOKS LIKE WE GOT A BOMB AH THAT WENT OFF ON THE RIGHT SIDE
1815 C AH THE WHOLE RIGHT SIDE IS GONE
1817 E FROM ABOUT ONE RIGHT BACK TO AH-
1820 F ANYBODY-
1822 E SOME PEOPLE ARE PROBABLY GONE - I DON'T KNOW
1824 C WE GOT A REAL PROBLEM HERE
1828 F WHY DON'T YOU SEE IF YOU CAN GET BACK TOWARDS ZERO THREE ZERO THAT'S DIRECT HONOLULU
1830 F AH CENTER UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY NOW AH YOU'VE GOT TO GIVE US A VECTOR AH DIRECT HONOLULU WE'RE LOSIN' THE VOR
1832 E ZERO THREE ZERO CAN YOU MAKE CAN YOU MAINTAIN HEADING NOW AND ALTITUDE
1834 C AH NOT REALLY
1836 C WE SHUT DOWN NUMBER FOUR
1838 C WE'RE ON TWO ENGINES.
1840 F CENTER DO YOU READ UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY
1841 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY DO YOU HAVE THE AIRPORT IN SIGHT
1845 F THEY DON'T HEAR US WE'RE LOSING *
1847 C OKAY
1848 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY CENTER
1851 F OKAY WE NEED A VECTOR NOW WE'RE LOSING THE VOR
1855 F AH WE'RE DOWN TO SIXTY FIVE HUNDRED AND WE LOOK LIKE WE CAN HOLD THIS ALTITUDE
1859 F AH DID YOU GET OUR LAST TRANSMISSION?
1903 F WE EVIDENTLY HAD A BOMB OR SOMETHING AH A BIG SECTION OF THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE AIRCRAFT IS MISSING.
1906 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER DO YOU HAVE THE AIRPORT IN SIGHT CLEARED FOR A VISUAL APPROACH
1912 C WHAT'S THE WHAT'S THE WIND
1912 F AH WE'RE SHO-WE'RE STILL FORTY FIVE DME SO AH YOU WATCH US AH
1917 C WE GOTTA GET DOWN IN WEIGHT HERE
1917 C WHAT'S THE--
1918 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN ROGER I HAVE YOU ON RADAR
1921 E WELL I I SAY WE LAND OVER WEIGHT SO WE'RE SIX FIFTY TWO RIGHT NOW
1922 E DOWN TO --
1924 F WE GOT FORTY FIVE MILES TO GO
1927 E SIX FIFTY YEAH I WOULD SAY-
1929 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN AH YOU'RE MISSING THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE CABIN OR THE RIGHT WING SIR.
1930 E * * GEAR
1934 F IF THAT WOULD HELP LEAVE IT DOWN
1935 C WHAT
1936 F THE GEAR'S UP
1937 E THE GEAR'S UP OKAY
1937 F I'M SORRY EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY SAY AGAIN
1939 R YES SIR YOU SAY YOU'RE MISSING THE RIGHT SIDE IS THAT AH THE FUSELAGE OR THE WING
1943 C YEAH
1944 F THAT'S AFFIRMATIVE THE WE'RE MISSING A SECTION OF THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE AIRPLANE
1948 F PART OF THE FUSELAGE IS MISSING
1950 F AND WE'VE GOT AH WE'VE LOST ENGINE NUMBER THREE
1952 F WE'VE GOT ENGINE NUMBER FOUR SHUT DOWN 'CAUSE IT APPEARED LIKE AS IF WE HAD A FIRE OUT THERE
1956 F WE WANT ALL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT WE CAN GET AND THE AH ALL THE EQUIPMENT WE CAN GET STANDING BY.
1955 F WE'D LIKE ALL THE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT WE CAN GET
2002 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER
2004 E I WOULDN'T GO ANY FASTER THAN YOU HAD TO BECAUSE THAT THAT HOLE
2009 E I WOULDN'T GET IT OVER TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY KNOTS - THAT'S A BIG-
2011 F WHAT'S THE MINIMUM MANEUVERING AH MINIMUM MANEUVERING FOR WHAT WE GOT HERE?
2015 F WE DON'T KNOW WHAT THE #'S GUNNA HAPPEN WHEN WE START TO...
2018 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY SEARCH AND RESCUE HAS LAUNCHED A HELICOPTER INTERCEPT
2022 F AH SAY AGAIN
2024 C THEY LAUNCHED A HELICOPTER
2025 R SEARCH AND RESCUE HAS LAUNCHED A HELICOPTER TO INTERCEPT AND AID YOU IN AH RETURNING BACK TO HONOLULU
2030 F AH ROGER UNDERSTAND
2030 C OKAY WHAT'S WHAT'S OUR STALL SPEED
2034 F I WOULDN'T GO BELOW TWO FORTY
2036 E AH YEAH
2038 F TWO TWO FORTY'S CLEAN MANEUVERING - SINCE WE DON'T KNOW WHAT WE HAVE OUT THERE
2040 X *
2054 F AH CENTER UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ARE YOU AH YOU ARE LOOKIN' AT US AREN'T YA
2058 C ARE YOU SQUAWKING SEVENTY SEVEN
2059 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY AFFIRMATIVE STILL HAVE YOU ON RADAR
2105 C OKAY PUT YOUR AH HARNESSES ON AND * * *
2120 C AND PLAN EVACUATION TELL 'EM
2122 F OH YOU BET
2124 F AND HONOLULU UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN AH WE DO PLAN TO EVACUATE ON THE RUNWAY AH-
2132 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY ROGER AND AH LAND AT YOUR CHOICE OF RUNWAYS SIR
2132 E OKAY LET ME TRY TO TALK TO THE PA - TO THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT GETTIN'
2139 C OKAY WHAT'S THE AH *
2140 E I CAN'T TALK TO HER DOWN THERE
2142 F TRY TO HOLD YOUR SPEED
2143 C * WIND
2145 F AH SAY YOUR WIND
2147 C THAT'S ALRIGHT HE -
2148 F WE TOOK OFF ON EIGHT
2150 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY STANDBY WE'RE GETTIN' AH CURRENT WEATHER FROM HONOLULU
2154 F OKAY
2155 F AH WE DON'T KNOW WHAT WE'RE GUNNA GET WITH GEAR EITHER DO WE
2157 C NAW * *
2207 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY HONOLULU WIND AT THE AIRPORT AT ZERO SIX ZERO AT ONE ZERO ZERO SIX ZERO AT ONE ZERO
2215 F AH ROGER EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY
2217 F IS THERE A CLOSER AIRPORT THAN THIS
2218 R AND EIGHT ELEVEN YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR CHOICE OF RUNWAY DIRECT TO THE HONOLULU AIRPORT AND YOUR CHOICE
2221 X WHICH ONE
2221 C WHAT'S THE LONGEST RUNWAY
2223 F EIGHT AH EIGHT RIGHT I BELIEVE IT IS
2224 C WHAT ASK HIM WHAT THE -
2227 F WATCH YOUR ALTITUDE
2228 C YEAH
2230 C WE'RE GOIN' DOWN TO FOUR THOUSAND RIGHT
2232 F WELL WE GUNNA GO WHATEVER WE CAN DO
2233 F HE CLEARED US TO SIX
1234 F BUT I TOLD HIM WE COULDN'T HOLD IT
2234 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY AH CONTACT HONOLULU APPROACH NOW ONE ONE EIGHT POINT ONE IF ABLE
2238 F EIGHTEEN ONE OKAY
2249 F HONOLULU APPROACH UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY IS WITH YA
2251 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN RUNWAY FOUR RIGHT YOU'RE CLEARED TO LAND
2254 C IS THAT THE LONGEST RUNWAY
2255 F OKAY WE NEED A LONG RUNWAY
2257 F AH EIGHT EIGHT IS AH LONGER ISN'T IT?
2258 E EIGHT RIGHT EIGHT'S--
2259 R YOU CAN HAVE EIGHT LEFT
2301 C EIGHT LEFT - OKAY
2308 C YOU WANT TO SET ME UP ON THAT
2310 F YEAH
2312 R YOU HAVE THE AIRPORT IN SIGHT AH UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN
2314 C NEGATIVE
2315 F AH NEGATIVE
2316 F WE'RE STILL TWENTY EIGHT MILES OUT ON THE DME ANYWAY ON HONOLULU DME
2318 F DO YOU HAVE US ON RADAR?
2320 R I GOT YOU ON RADAR
2321 R TURN TEN DEGREES LEFT VECTOR TO EIGHT LEFT.
2323 F OKAY TEN LEFT VECTOR TO I'LL GET IT -
2326 F TEN LEFT
2337 F OKAY TEN LEFT IS AH -
2339 F I'LL SET YOU UP
2341 F ONE OH NINE - ZERO SEVEN NINE
2343 F SET IN MINE
2345 F WATCH YOUR AIRSPEED
2348 C I GOT MAX ON HERE
2350 F ONE OH NINE FIVE - AND AH ZERO SEVEN NINE
2400 C I DON'T KNOW IF WE'RE GUNNA MAKE THIS
2403 C AH - I CAN'T AH I CAN'T HOLD ALTITUDE
2407 F OKAY DON'T OKAY AH WELL WE HAVE TWENTY FOUR MILES TO GO AND WE'RE DTIFTIN' DOWN SLOWLY SO -
2412 E YOU'RE GUNNA MAKE IT
2414 C HUH
2415 F WELL -
2415 E YOU'RE GUNNA MAKE IT
2416 F MAKE SURE WE DON'T HIT ANY # HILLS ON THE WAY
2419 E THERE AREN'T ANY HILLS IF WE COULD HAVE LANDED FOUR RIGHT
2321 E I DON'T KNOW HOW LONG THAT RUNWAY IS
2323 E I COULD LOOK IT UP
2325 E DO YOU HAVE THAT OUT
2425 F FOUR RIGHT IS AH-
2427 E THAT'S STRAIGHT IN
2430 C I NEED A LONG FINAL
2432 C TELL HIM WE NEED A LONG FINAL
2435 F AND UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY AH WE'D LIKE AS LONG A FINAL AS YOU CAN GIVE US
2438 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN TURN AH FIFTEEN DEGREES LEFT
2442 F FIFTEEN LEFT NOW UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY
2449 F OKAY I GOT LIGHTS OVER HERE
2502 C OKAY
2504 F OKAY YOU CAN SEE IN A MINUTE
2507 F OKAY WE'RE AT FOUR
2509 F WE'RE TWENTY ONE MILES OUT
2511 F WE'RE IN GOOD SHAPE, WE'RE IN GOOD SHAPE
2513 F OKAY NOW WHAT DO WE WANT TO DO ABOUT THE GEAR - ANYTHING
2515 C WE'RE GUNNA HOLD THAT UNTIL WE GET ON THE GLIDE SLOPE
2516 C YOU WANT TO GET ME SET UP WHEN AH EIGHTY SEVEN
2519 F ONE OH NINE FIVE ZERO SEVEN NINE - OKAY YOU'RE SET UP FOR THE ILS
2525 F EIGHT LEFT THAT'S THE LONGEST RUNWAY
2527 C YEAH
2529 F ONE OH NINE FIVE AND ZERO SEVEN NINE
2532 C THANKS
2533 C WHAT WE'RE GUNNA DO IS AH GO ON A TWO ENGINE APPROACH
2536 C YOU WANT TO READ ME A CHECKLIST
2538 E YEAH I GOT IT OUT WHEN YOU'RE READY
2540 C READY
2541 E OKAY IT'S AH - AUTO-BRAKE IF INSTALLED -
2542 C *
2546 E SET
2547 E IGNITION OPERATOR
2548 E WE'LL PUT THE IGNITION BACK ON
2551 F WE DON'T HAVE IT ON THOSE TWO RIGHT
2553 F ** YOU NEED TO TURN **
2554 E AIRSPEED BUGS - AH HERE'S -
2556 C YEAH YOU WANT TO GIVE ME SOME SPEEDS
2557 E ONE FIFTY IS GUNNA BE YOUR TWO ENGINE AH USE AH ONE SIXTY
2601 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN I NEED AH SOULS ON BOARD IF YOU HAVE IT
2604 F OKAY SOULS ON BOARD
2606 E ONE SIXTY IS THE MINIMUM IF IF WE CAN-
2608 F AH STANDBY UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY
2610 E I DON'T KNOW HOW MANY'S ON BOARD
2611 E TWO HUNDRED AND AH
2611 F AH
2615 E I DON'T HAVE THE PAPER WORK IN FRONT OF ME RIGHT NOW
2615 F AH WE'RE TOO BUSY RIGHT NOW IT'S TWO HUNDRED AND SOMETHING
2617 R OKAY
2618 X **
2620 F OKAY WE'RE SEVENTEEN MILES OUT DAVE
2622 C YEAH
2623 E WE HAVE ALL OF OUR HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
2625 C THAT'S A PLUS
2626 F THAT NOT - SOMETHIN' - SCREWY THERE
2627 C OKAY WHADDA WE GOT IN HYDRAULICS
2630 E WE GOT ALL OF OUR HYDRAULICS AH INDICATING NORMALLY
2632 E THE AIR PUMP ON NUMBER FOUR IS RUNNING
2634 E THE PUMPS ARE RUNNING
2635 C OKAY I'M NOT GUNNA -
2637 C WHAT WHAT'S THE MINIMUM AH SPEED RIGHT NOW
2639 C WHADDA WE GOT ON FUEL WEIGHT
2641 C SIX TEN
2642 C OH #
2643 E * SIX TEN AH ONE SIXTY
2644 E WE'RE STILL DUMPIN'
2645 F ONE SIXTY'S *
2647 F CLEAN MANEUVERING FOR SIX TWENTY IS TWO THIRTY SO -
2650 F NOW ARE WE GONNA TRY TO GET FLAPS?
2654 E DON'T GET ANY LOWER CAPTAIN
2656 C I KNOW
2657 E *(FEET/PEAKS)
2658 C I KNOW
2659 C LET'S TRY AH ONE DEGREE AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS
2702 F OKAY
2704 F WATCH YOUR HYDRAULICS
2708 E ALRIGHT
2721 F OKAY YOU GOT -
2723 F HOW DO THE CONTROLS FEEL
2724 C ALRIGHT SO FAR
2725 F OKAY *
2726 E DON'T GET IT MUCH LOWER
2729 C HUH
2730 C I DIDN'T HEAR YA
2732 E I DIDN'T SAY ANYTHING - *
2733 C * HOW ABOUT *
2735 F DO WE HAVE THE GREEN LEADING EDGE LIGHTS- DO WE HAVE THE LEADING EDGE LIGHTS
2736 E YES YES
2737 C HOW ABOUT FIVE
2738 F TRY AT FIVE COMIN' TO FIVE - TELL ME IF THE CONTROLS CHANGE
2740 F TELL ME IF THE CONTROLS CHANGE
2750 F OKAY WE'RE GETTIN' A SPLIT FLAP ON THE OUTBOARDS
2753 C AH LET'S AH JUST YOU LAND WITH FIVE DEGREES GIVE ME A SPEED FOR FIVE DEGREES ALRIGHT
2755 C GIVE ME A SPEED FOR FIVE DEGREES ALRIGHT
2758 F FIVE'S A HUNDRED AND EIGHTY
2759 E IT'S ON IT'S ON THE BOARD ONE NINETY
2801 F WE'RE NOT GETTIN A FULL FIVE
2803 E * ONE SIXTY ONE NINETY AND
2806 F WE'RE NOT GETTIN' FULL FIVE DAVE WE'RE GETTIN' A SPLIT
2807 F WE'RE GETTIN' A SPLIT
2808 C THAT'S ALL RIGHT
2810 F ON THE OUT ON THE OUTBOARDS
2816 F WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET MORE ONCE THIS SPLIT - STOPS THE OUTBOARDS WE CAN GET THE INBOARDS
2823 C OKAY I GOT TO SLOW IT DOWN A LITTLE BIT
2824 F ALRIGHT
2825 *
2826 E DO NOT GO BELOW TWO TEN THOUGH
2828 E ARE YOU GUNNA TRY TO EVACUATE THE AIRPLANE * LANDING
2830 F AND UNITED AH -
2832 C YOU BET
2833 F EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY AH WE SHOULD HAVE THE AIRPORT BUT WE DON'T
2837 C WHERE'S THE AIRPORT
2838 R OKAY TURN ANOTHER FIFTEEN DEGREES LEFT UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN
2841 F FIFTEEN LEFT
2843 R THAT'S CORRECT THAT'LL PUT YOU ON ABOUT A TWELVE MILE FINAL
2845 C OKAY
2846 F OKAY WE'VE GOT THE ISLAND IN SIGHT AND WE SHOW WE'RE ONLY ELEVEN MILES FROM THE AIRPORT BUT AH WE DON'T HAVE THE AIRPORT
2852 F OKAY NOW WE'VE GOT FLAPS FIVE ON THE INBOARDS AND A SPLIT ON THE OUTBOARDS-
2853 R OKAY WE'LL TURN THE LIGHTS ON HIGH
2857 F -YOU WANT TO TRY FOR MORE WE CAN PROBABLY GET - SPLIT SHOULD STOP THE OUBOARDS
2858 F SPLIT SHOULD STOP THE OUTBOARDS
2900 C ALRIGHT TRY TEN THEN
2902 F ALRIGHT WE'LL TRY TEN
2906 F OKAY THE INBOARDS ARE COMING TO TEN
2913 F NOW SPEED'S IMPORTANT BECAUSE THE STALL WARNING INDICATOR'S ON THE INBOARDS
2917 F WO WE MAY - WE WON'T HAVE THE STALL WARNING INDICATOR
2920 C OKAY
2921 F SAY TEN FLAPS AH -
2923 C I SAY LAND WITH TEN DEGREES
2925 E CAN YOU MAKE THE TURN HERE - CAN YOU MAKE THIS TURN
2926 C YEAH
2927 E I'D START
2928 F WE'RE HIGHER THAN HELL
2929 E YEAH I'D START MAKIN' THE RIGHT HAND TURN
2931 C WELL AH WE'RE GUNNA AH GO OUT A LITTLE WAYS
2932 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN TURN RIGHT HEADING ZERO SEVEN ZERO
2936 E IT'S OVER HERE TO YOUR RIGHT CAPTAIN
2937 F YOU GOT THE AIRPORT?
2938 C NO
2938 E IT'S RIGHT OVER HERE TO YOUR RIGHT
2939 C OKAY
2940 F ZERO SEVEN ZERO UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN
2941 C LET'S TRY AH
2942 C WE'RE ABOVE GLIDE SLOPE AH *
2943 F ARE WE GOOD FOR TERRAIN OUT HERE?
2947 R SAY AGAIN
2948 F ARE WE GOOD FOR TERRAIN
2950 C YEAH WE'RE ALRIGHT
2951 R YES YOU ARE THREE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FEET
2953 F OKAY
2954 F OKAY WATCH YOUR
2955 F YOU WANT TO TRY THE GEAR?
2956 C YEAH LET'S TRY THE GEAR
2957 C WE'RE ABOVE
2957 C AH WELL, HOLD ON, LET'S GET ON THE GLIDE SLOPE HERE
3001 F WE'RE ALREADY ABOVE THE GLIDE SLOPE HERE
3003 E JEEZ YOU'RE ON THE GLIDE SLOPE RIGHT NOW
3005 C WELL LET'S HOLD OFF ON THE GEAR A LITTLE BIT HERE
3007 F RIGHT
3009 F ONE OH NINE FIVE ONE OH NINE FIVE I'M ON ZERO SEVEN NINE
3016 E OKAY YOU'VE GOT THE EVACUATION RIGHT HERE THE SIGNAL FOR THAT
3019 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN TURN RIGHT ZERO EIGHT ZERO
3020 C OKAY LET'S AH -
3021 F OKAY WE HAVE THE AIRPORT NOW UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY
3023 R EIGHT ELEVEN IS CLEARED TO LAND EIGHT LEFT - EQUIPMENT STANDING BY
3025 R WIND ZERO FIVE ZERO ONE TWO
3030 F CLEARED TO LAND EIGHT LEFT UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY
3032 C OKAY WELL LET'S TRY THE GEAR
3034 F OKAY TRYIN' THE GEAR
3035 F YOU READY?
3035 E OKAY
3035 F YOU'RE HIGH ON THE GLIDE SLOPE
3036 C YEAH
3036 F THAT'S FINE
3037 C YEAH I WANNA BE HIGH
3039 F TELL ME WHAT I CAN DO TO HELP
3041 E OKAY MINIMUM AIRSPEED-
3043 F YOU'RE OKAY YOU'RE AH YOU'VE GOT TEN FLAPS THAT SHOULD BE ONE SEVENTY BUT THE INBOARDS ARE UP AH THE OUTBOARDS ARE UP SO - TWO HUNDRED ONE NINETY'S PROBABLY GOOD SPEED -
3053 E TWO ENGINE APPROACH
3054 F TWO ENGINE APPROACH
3055 E I HEAR PEOPLE SCREAMIN' BACK THERE
3056 C I THINK * -
3058 F SHE'S YELLING FOR 'EM TO SIT DOWN
3102 C GIVE 'EM AH AH THREE MINUTE WARNING - TELL HER ON THE PA
3110 F ARE WE DEPRESSURIZED?
3111 E YES
3113 E HAVE ABOUT AH TWO MINUTES UNTIL WE TOUCH DOWN
3119 E WANT ME TO TELL 'EM TO PLAN FOR EVACUATION
3121 F * NEED YOUR HELP DAVE
3122 C YEAH WHEN WE EVACUATE
3124 E WE WILL BE EVACUATING WE WILL BE EVACUATING UPON TOUCH DOWN AND ONCE WE COME TO A STOP
3131 F OKAY YOU'RE A LITTLE FAST DAVE
3132 C YEAH I KNOW
3133 F OKAY
3139 F I'D SAY AIM FOR ABOUT ONE NINETY FOR TOUCHDOWN
3140 C YEAH
3142 E AH - I WOULDN'T GET ANY SLOWER THAN TWO HUNDRED
3145 C NAW I WOULDN'T EITHER
3147 F WE DON'T KNOW WHAT WE HAVE FOR BRAKES BUT WE GOT NORMAL PRESSURE OKAY SO
3152 C WELL HOW ARE WE DOIN' ON HYDRAULICS
3154 E HYDRAULICS ARE AH GOOD
3157 C WE GOT BRAKES?
3158 E NORMAL HYDRAULICS
3200 F SO WE GOT BRAKES
3202 F BUT YOU'RE ONLY GUNNA HAVE REVERSING ON ONE AND TWO
3205 C HOW YOU DOIN'
3207 E I'M FINE I'M TRYIN TO CATCH UP *
3209 F MAKE SURE YOU GET SPUN AROUND AND FACE FORWARD
3212 F OKAY YOU GOT TWO HUNDRED KNOTS
3213 F AND YOU'RE OUT OF A THOU - OR THIRTEEN HUNDRED
3215 F AND A LITTLE HIGH ON THE GLIDE SLOPE
3217 C YEAH I'M JUST RIGHT
3219 F WANT ME WANNA HAVE 'EM TURN THE RABBIT DOWN
3223 C CENTER THE AH TRIM WHEN WE WHEN I COME BACK ON THAT
3228 F UNITED AH EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY CAN YOU TURN DOWN THE STROBE A LITTLE BIT PLEASE
3231 R ALRIGHT
3236 E OKAY DESCENT CHECK
3238 E AH GEAR'S DOWN
3240 E FLAP - WE KNOW WHAT THEY ARE
3242 E THE SPEEDBRAKE AH
3244 C OKAY FINAL CHECK WE'RE DOING THAT
3246 F YES THE GEAR'S DOWN
3247 F SPEEDBRAKE
3248 F WE GOT TEN FLAPS
3250 F WE GOT A HUNDRED AND NINETY FIVE
3252 F LOOKIN' GOOD
3253 F AH A DOT HIGH ON THE GLIDE SLOPE
3254 C YUP
3256 F LOOKIN' GOOD
3257 F ONE NINETY TWO
3258 F THOUSAND DOWN
3259 F DOT AND A HALF HIGH
3301 F ONE NINETY
3302 F ONE EIGHTY FIVE
3303 F A LITTLE SLOW
3304 F A LITTLE SLOW DAVE BELOW WHAT WE WANT
3306 F ONE NINETY
3308 F ONE NINE ONE NINETY TWO
3310 F COMIN' UP TO THE GLIDE SLOPE
3312 F YOU GOT THE GEAR DOWN WE'RE CLEARED TO LAND
3315 F EVERYTHING'S DONE AS FAR AS WE KNOW
3317 F TWO HUNDRED
3319 F ONE NINETY FIVE
3322 F HALF A DOT HIGH
3323 F LOOKIN' GOOD
3324 F ONE NINETY TWO
3325 F ONE NINETY FIVE
3326 C COMIN' OFF ON THE POWER
3328 E ONE HUNDRED FEET
3329 E FIFTY FEET
3330 C CENTER THE TRIM CENTER THE TRIM
3331 E THIRTY
3332 E TEN
3332 ((SOUND OF RADIO ALTIMETER TONE STOPS))
3335 ((SOUND OF TOUCHDOWN))
3335 E ZERO
3337 F WE'RE ON
3338 E GEAR'S HOLDING
3339 F NO SPOILERS
3340 C I'M GUNNA GO INTO REVERSE
3341 F ON NUMBER TWO ONLY 'CAUSE WE GOT ONE SEVENTY
3345 F ONE SIXTY
3348 F ONE FORTY
3351 F ONE THIRTY
3353 F ONE TWENTY
3355 E LOOKS GOOD
3356 F ONE TEN
3358 F LOOKS GOOD SO FAR
3359 F ONE HUNDRED
3400 F BRAKE PRESSURE'S AH HOLDING BRAKE -
3402 C LET'S GO THROUGH THE PROCEDURE
3404 F BRAKE PRESSURE
3405 C AS SOON AS I LOCK THE AH
3406 E SPOILERS ARE COMIN' IN
3407 F OKAY
3408 C I'M GUNNA LOCK THE BRAKES.
3409 F OKAY HOLD ON
3412 F AH SPEEDBRAKE PARKING BRAKE -
3416 E SHUTDOWN THE ENGINES
3418 F START LEVERS
3419 C SHUT 'EM DOWN
3420 C SPEEDBRAKES
3421 C WE'RE EVACUATING
3420 F OKAY WE'RE STOPPIN' HERE UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN HEAVY
3421 F WE'RE EVACUATING THE AIRPLANE
3421 E I'M GIVIN' THE EVACUATION SIGNAL
3422 R UNITED EIGHT ELEVEN ROGER YOU GOT THE AIRPORT
3424 YOU MADE AN ANNOUN-

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