This was quite interesting
So some of you may have heard of Farzana Abdul Razak, who was a stewardess aboard Singapore Airlines flight 006. She survived burns to 40% of her body while saving passengers and the story of her recovery after the crash can be found pretty easily on the internet.
but she’s not the only Singapore Girl to suffere severe burns and come out alive on the other side.
Another SQ flight attendant, Raybe Oh, was involved in the Tanjong Pajar car crash in 2021. She was a flight attendant up until the COVID-19 pandemic. Reports say the car was driven by her fiance, with four of their friends as passengers. On February 13th, the second day of the 2021 Lunar New Year at around 5:40AM, the BMW they were in, which was reportedly driving at around 91 mph down an urban street, spun out of control and slammed into a storefront. All five people inside the car were killed during the crash. Oh suffered 80% burns to her body while trying to save other passengers. She has had 11 surgeries since the crash and today owns a beauty store.
Apparently Razak and Oh know each other, which Razak helping Oh through the recovery process.
Details of the Tanjong Pagar car crash are pretty vague and vary drastically depending on the sources. Some say that Oh was in the car while others say that she was a witness to the crash. Some sources say that she knew the driver and passengers while others say she was just a passerby who came to help. Security camera footage of the accident says that she was either on the sidewalk or in another car when the car crashed (she was out of frame at the time of the crash).
ah, didn’t know they sold it on
There is only one DC-10 remaining in commercial service as of 2023: CP-2791 operated by TAB Cargo.
fed ex called it the md10 but it was really the mid10
Many people know United’s A320 retro livery aircraft, showcasing their 1970s Friendship livery. Two things about it: 1. It was decided through a vote back in 2010, with other options going all the way back to the 1930s up to the Saul Bass rainbow livery and 2. It was originally supposed to be painted on a 757, as shown in this rendering from the airline after the vote had concluded:
More like the DeCommisioned-10 because they don’t run them anymore, even the MD variant. Only the MD-11 remains in terms of trijets in the FedEx fleet
The last 777-200ER was built before the final passenger 767.
Still being produced in its original generation 42 years later, love to see it.
I mean, there’s a grand total of one DC-10 in commercial service remaining worldwide
The first 777-300ER (JA732J) to roll off the production line was built more than 2 years before the final passenger 747-400 (B-18215, re-registered N733JX.)
world wide there’s one, yes, but the FedEx fleet is pretty empty in terms of DC-10/MD-10s
fun fact: the CFM LEAP-1A is an engine
still was mid
@Starz fun fact: We are not getting that flight lmaoooooo