[DANGER BEHIND DOORS] ~ Air Accident Simulation #5 (Part 1) – American Airlines Flight 96


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American Airlines Flight 96 was a regularly scheduled domestic flight across the United States from Los Angeles International Airport to La Guardia Airport in New York City, with stopovers in Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and Buffalo Niagara International Airport. On June, 12th 1972, the aircraft flying the flight, a McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10, the fifth DC-10 ever built suffered an explosive decompression at 12,000 ft. when its rear cargo door blew out over Windsor, Ontario, Canada several minutes after leaving Detroit Airport. The pilots still managed to fly the plane back to Detroit Airport and execute a successful emergency landing.

Aircraft Used:

Software/Hardware used:
– Saitek Pro Flight Yoke System
– Saitek Pro Flight Throttle Quadrant
– Saitek Pro Flight Rudder Pedals
– Saitek Pro Flight Multi Panel
– Microsoft Flight Simulator X
– Windows Movie Maker
– FsRecorder

P.S The aircraft comes in a package with at least 6 more liveries other than the American Airlines one, just so you know, don’t be surprise if you find that it is larger than expected as the file contains more than just the American Airlines livery for the McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 aircraft.


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