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N471WN back in service?

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Dec 5, 2004
Anybody think that will happen based on the pictures you've seen? Anybody want to shed some light on the criteria for declaring a hull loss, etc.?
Wow, hope nobody tried to use that aft door's emergency slide during the evac. That empenage looks to be a tad too high for the slide to be able reach the ground and not have an unsafe angle (as in vertical) on the slide.
indianboy7 said:
a couple new engines, a little duct tape and super glue, she'll be good as new :beer: :pimp:

Look closely at the second picture. At least they parked it in front of the body shop. Should make it easy to get a quote for the insurance company.
What about that airliners.net picture suggests the aircraft is back in service? The picture, according to the poster, was taken May 28, 2005, whereas the incident at MDW occured December 2005.

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