Chinese pilot partially pulled out of plane after windshield breaks

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A Sichuan Airlines plane heading for Tibet made an emergency landing Monday after its windshield shattered and a co-pilot was partially
pulled out of the cockpit, the local news media reported.Xian to Urumqi flight
Flight 8633 left Chongqing at 6.26am and was scheduled to land at 9.05am in the Tibetan capital of Lhasa, around 1,500 miles (2,414km)
west, according to the flight tracking website. But the windshield later
“shattered with a loud sound” the pilot, Liu Chuanjian, said in a video
posted by the news outlet Chengdu Business News.

“When I looked over to my side, half of my co-pilot’s body was hanging out of the window.”
“Fortunately, he was wearing a seat belt,” Liu said. The plane made an emergency landing at 7.42am in the southwestern Chinese city of
Chengdu. Later on Monday, Sichuan Airlines said in a post on Weibo, a
Chinese social network, that 29 of the plane’s 119 passengers were sent
to a hospital for examination. One cabin crew member was being treated
for a waist injury and the first officer suffered scratches, but the
remaining passengers were discharged, the post said.

Many Chinese social media users lauded the pilots as heroes and encouraged the airline to reward them. “Sichuan Airline pilot, you
rule!” one wrote. “Give the pilot a raise!” another user commented below
the Sichuan Airline post. “Give the first officer a paid vacation!” The
pilot’s deft handling of the incident draw praise for the company.

“If I have the chance, I will definitely take this airline,” one commenter wrote. Others remained sceptical of the airline’s portrayal of
the incident. “The pilot is indeed awesome, but why is this the only
thing broadcast?” one user asked. “This clearly is Sichuan Airlines’
accident. Sichuan Airlines’ public relations team is quite clever at
crisis management.”

China’s aviation institutions are known to be especially risk-averse. Flights at major Chinese airports, for example, are
typically spaced farther apart than they would be in Europe or the
United States to minimise the chances of an accident; a precaution that
increases flight delays.

The Sichuan Airlines incident is at least the world’s second broken-window incident of the year aboard a commercial plane.
In April, when an engine exploded in midair on a Southwest Airlines flight from New York to Dallas, a gust of shrapnel blew out a window in
the cabin and partially ejected a 43-year-old woman headfirst into the
sky.

She was dragged back into the plane but later pronounced dead from what medical examiners called blunt trauma to her head, neck and torso.
–New York Times

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