A flight attendant looks out the window moments before take off, preventing a potential disaster
The wings of the plane were covered in a thick layer of snow and ice.
An American Airlines flight attendant, Frontier Airlines, on a plane preparing to take off from Nashville, Tennessee, avoided a potential air disaster by looking out the window and realizing that one of the plane’s wings was covered in snow, mentioned Last Friday, Fox News.
As he knows Mentour Pilot Gate, the event could have taken place on February 15 aboard F9-7011 bound for Las Vegas, Nevada, at a time when the aircraft, an Airbus A321, He was heading to the runwayAlthough what happened only in the first week of March.
After notifying the flight captain, the plane returns to the boarding gate. Close examination revealed the presence of a layer of About 12 inches of snow and ice on both wingsThis could put passengers and crew at risk.
Apparently to the company employees in charge of antifreeze treatment, Trego Dugan, Antifreeze was running out, So they didn’t spray the needed amount. However, they did not inform the pilots.
Frontier Airlines confirmed the accident, insisting that the safety of passengers was their top priority, and assured that they were no longer using the services of the company responsible for the anti-ice treatment.
In turn, they assured Trego Dugan that this kind of situation had not happened in more than 50 years and promised, in addition, to take drastic measures to prevent something like this from happening again.
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