Emergency 7700 and 7600

ASA713 squawk 7700. Does anyone know what happened?

This topic can be used for all 7700 and 7600 emergencies.

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Almost looked like they ditched in river, info stuck at alt 100 spd 150

Something is very off.

this is alaska airlines right?

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Flight aware says they arrived.

I lost them when they we’re over water, they were around 69 ft that time… It’s too low to land.

Flightradar can be glitchy sometimes.

It still doesn’t show they landed safely. Any news?

ROLR29 squawk 7600 about an hour ago. Still no contact.

The arrival board on seatac says they landed

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There are a lot 'o emergencies these days. If you’re flying on a plane there is about 25 to 50 percent chance that the plane has a failure. And there is a 75 to 100 percent chance you won’t feel it. So, nothing super special.

I don’t think there are a lot of emergencies, there are a lot of flights, so the law of statistics says that will be more emergencies. That’s normal.

Stats show there are around 500 million people in the air each second.

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I’d love to know where you got those percentages from…So every time I’m flying there’s a 50% chance the aircraft will have a failure…seems legit

I’ve also heard that aircraft accidents happen 60% of the time, every time.

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yea lol, seems kind of too much right. i think he was exaggerating… A LOT.

Many sources. They are so many that it will take around 24 hours to list completely so yeah. Don’t ask.

I imagine you must have already done that since you are sure of the stats?

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Seems pretty high, and what do you mean by you wont feel it?

immediate death… cuz you know based on his stats you have a 25-50 % chance of immediate death while flying

hahaha xD