International Desk: As the saying goes, act by thinking, don’t think by doing. But in this case the opposite has happened. After reaching the altitude of 14500 feet, the cabin crew realized that some of the windows of the flight were broken. The incident took place on a flight from London’s Stanford Airport to Florida.
On October 4, the plane was going to Florida from London Stanford Airport (Landon Airport) with 11 cabin crew and 9 passengers. The aircraft is an American luxury airline (TCS Flight), operated by Titan Airways.
According to incident reports, special glass, film lights are used in airplane windows due to the illusion of sunlight. Some of the windows on the back of the plane did not have that glass. Suddenly a cabin crew (Cabin Crew) noticed the matter. Then he told everything to the rest. After that, the plane made an emergency landing. The plane was at an altitude of 14500 feet. There were no reports of casualties as the passengers were seated in the middle of the plane.
But according to the Air Accidents Investigation Branch, the incident could have had more serious consequences. The government has assured to look into the incident and prevent such incidents from happening again. Thinking of using an in-flight service to reach your destination faster, that too is not safe. In this regard, the question of passenger safety remains.