JAL Safety Promotion Center, Ota

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#175 of 422 in Museums in Tokyo
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  • The August 12, 1985 crash of JAL123, from Tokyo to Ōsaka, killed 520 people, making it the deadliest single-aircraft accident in aviation history. (Only 4 survived.) JAL wanted nothing more than to.....  more »
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  • This facility must be booked in advance. The cause of the accident, the end of the crash at the time of landing at Itami Airport, the rear pressure partition wall top and bottom of the additive contact is damaged. should be subjected to the repairs set by Boeing, but originally, in contact with the upper lower portion of the rear pressure partition wall, because the superposition length is insufficient, sandwiching the splice plate between, the rivet from two columns, it was changed to three columns. However, the length of the splice plate was not enough, it was decided to add the filler and the seam, the rivet of the filler side was in a state where only a few of the one column of the three rows remained. After the repair, only a visual inspection for 11 years, then an accident occurs. On the day of the accident, we are shuttling between Haneda, Sapporo, Haneda, and Fukuoka, the third round trip of Haneda, after the takeoff between Itami, in the vicinity of the Izu Peninsula Shimoda, the rear pressure partition wall is not withstand pressurized, destroyed, vertical tail internal, pressure from the inspection port, vertical tail and, The rear of the fuselage is destroyed, and four hydraulic hydraulics (hydro pumps) are also destroyed and cannot be steered. Then, the vertical tail debris, the fuselage rear debris is found in Sagami Bay. Because it shakes in the state of not being able to maneuver, the testament was in a state of beating. When you go to Nagoya Airport over the Izu Peninsula or propose to traffic control, the captain wishes to return to Haneda, and then went north and crashed in the Misuyama Ridge, Gunma Prefecture. Four people aboard the Haneda Airport's first Itami airport. There was the thing with the summer vacation, too and a lot of people with the baby were able to confirm it with a small gray circle. There is a suicide note. The person described on the surface of the boarding ticket, the person described in the company's A4 tea envelope at the time of business trip, the person to be described in the flyer of JAL described in his pocketbook. Later, the safety Management department was established (risk assessment) and the JAL Safety Awareness Center was established in 2006. 2011 Life jackets found. There are still remnants of uncollected debris in the vicinity of the Mikusayama Ridge. It was very study. We will be in peace to those who have been victimized.
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  • I was taken care of by the company's training. The accident from the time of the establishment of JAL was exhibited without hide, and the future safety system of JAL, and the determination to tell the structure from now without weathering the memory of 123 flights about 30 years ago as a company, Exhibition full of consideration for the bereaved family, the attitude to convey the idea that the person who explained it was a educational facility seriously, but I was not a JAL official I was able to improve the safety consciousness it was a little too much free time to watch the exhibits. I wanted to see the literature more slowly, but I would like you to tell a lot of people that tragic accident in the future is access, but it is said that you do not know even if you ask the station staff of monorail because there is a new maintenance hall and maintenance center station, Let's get off at the new maintenance site (usually only stops)
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