AAIB reveals why Titan Airways A321neo lost windows in flight

The UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has released a rare Special Bulletin after a Titan Airways Airbus A321neo lost several cabin windows in flight.

The October 4 incident involved G-OATW (c/n 10238), which was conducting a positioning flight from London/Stansted to Orlando ahead of a multi-day charter away from base with 11 crew members and nine passengers on board, all of whom were employees of the tour operator or Titan Airways.

G-OATW is seen here departing London/Stansted on the incident flight.
G-OATW is seen here departing London/Stansted on the incident flight. AirTeamImages.com/John Ballantyne


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