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   Undertoad  Thursday Jan 10 12:04 PM

1/10: Korean load shift

Just so you know why your motherboard hasn't arrived yet. "Hey, where should I put this pallet of anvils?" "Just load it on the back, it should be fine."

Nic Name  Thursday Jan 10 12:07 PM

New regulations require mothers-in-law to remain seated until takeoff.

Hubris Boy  Thursday Jan 10 12:35 PM

Heh. How the heck did this happen, anyway? Is there a news article somewhere that accompanied the photo?

I wonder if the loadmaster is still employed? Hmmm... do civilian air freight carriers even have loadmasters?

juju2112  Thursday Jan 10 01:11 PM

Dude, at least the load shifted while the plane was still on the ground. There was one incident where the cargo load shifted shortly after the plane took off, and the plane took a nice little nosedive into the ground. Really terrible...

edit: here's a story related to the above.

Joe  Thursday Jan 10 02:57 PM

Oh yeah?

Never willing to be second-best to the Koreans, our own Air Force has this offering:

lisa  Thursday Jan 10 04:18 PM

Re: 1/10: Korean load shift

Originally posted by Undertoad
"Hey, where should I put this pallet of anvils?" "Just load it on the back, it should be fine."
Actually, as I understand it, this happened during unloading and several people were "trapped" in the airplane (probably workers) for an hour or two.

blowmeetheclown  Thursday Jan 10 04:37 PM

What if...

there had been an AirService truck loading supplies onto the plane? Or people loading/unloading luggage onto a cart? Or a fuel truck -- though they tend to stay far far away from the plane itself when dispensing -- anyone know if there is a rule about how close a fule truck is allowed to get to the planes?

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