It was an eventful day for an airline promoted by many as one of
the best-run and most customer-oriented in the business. While the
day's news was soon spiraling all about an emergency landing
executed by a stricken B737-300 that blew out a section of the
fuselage and decompressed in very short order, necessitating an
unplanned landing in Yuma, AZ, another Boeing 737 undertook an
emergency landing with little fanfare or notice... and we're having
a tough time getting answers about what happened.
Team Gathering Facts After UAL A320 Landed With Limited
The NTSB continues to make progress in its investigation of
United Airlines flight 497, which returned to the airport on April
4, 2011, in New Orleans, shortly after take-off due to automated
warnings of smoke in the equipment bay.