Episode 28: Scandinavian Airways Flight 751

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When Captain Stefan Rasmussen hears a strange noise as part of Scandinavian Airlines Flight 751's takeoff rotation, he has no idea that the next four minutes of his life will be spent living out a pilot's worst nightmare. In this week's episode of Take to the Sky: The Air Disaster Podcast, Stephanie tells the remarkable story of a plane brought down by an invisible threat. From quick thinking to unexpected heroes, this story has it all-- but was it enough to save the passengers on board? Join us as we learn about the people and challenges that contributed to an unforgettable legacy!

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We start of this episode with a look at some parrots who are struggling with quarantine- humans are not the only ones who are tirued of being cooped up at home! And don't forget to check out our new store- Take to the Sky merch is great for holiday gifts (don't forget to put yourself on your shopping list!)


Written and produced by: Shelly Price and Stephanie Hubka
Directed and engineered by: Crosse deStreit, Salmon Pond Studios
Sound editing by: Stephanie Hubka
Graphic design and website by: Adam Hubka
Music by: Mike Dunn
Scandinavian Airways Flight 751

Scandinavian Airways Flight 751's open fuselage after the crash. Source: FAA.gov

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Sverige Radio: wreckage at the Scandinavian Airways Flight 751 accident site

Scandinavian Airways Flight 751

Plane Crash Wreckage. Source: Reddit

Scandinavian Airways Flight 751

A view of the Scandinavian Airways Flight 751 wreckage. Source: Alchetron.com