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Well, that’s not a good look.
A traveler is positioned on an odd-looking photo for social media that appears to show an airplane with a cracked window. Shockingly, the damage is on the glass looks like it is covered with a piece of clear tape, in spite of the aircraft to be used for the benefit of mankind.
Hariharan sankaran uploaded the photo on his Twitter account with the caption, “Spicejet flight SG8152 (D-SYG), Mumbai, to Delhi and fly (to 5 November 2019 at the latest), with a broken window taped up with tape. It’s not a big security concern? Anyone listen to it?”
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The airline was quick to respond on the social media platform, where they can respond to that safety and security is their “ultimate concern.” She explained to me that she was going to have to contact the appropriate staff to take the necessary measures.” The post concludes by saying: “the inconvenience has been caused to regret.”
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Do not download, do to respond to the airline’s reply, pointing out, “If there was a cello tape, it means that someone has seen it and is aware of the situation.”
The airline will eventually have an update where they explained to me that the crack was I on the inner layer of the screen. According to the post, and the outer layer, which allows for the pressurization load, it was still in place.
In their post stated, ‘ We would like to inform you that the crack was on the inner flexi-box, and it was fixed the same day. The purpose of the inner glass pane to protect the window from scratches. The inner pane does not have the structural pressurization loads.”
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Fox News has reached the Spicejet, however, they could not immediately respond to request for comment.