Episode 92: South African Airways Flight 295

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With less than an hour before landing, South African Airways Flight 295 seemed prepared for a safe arrival after a 10-hour flight from Taiwan to Mauritius. Instead, the sound of the onboard smoke detector signaled a terrifying end to an otherwise uneventful flight. Join Stephanie in this episode of Take to the Sky: The Air Disaster Podcast as she shares the story of a challenging and expensive investigation that found more questions than it did answers and left many people wondering if the truth behind this air disaster was ever really told.

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Show Notes:

This week we talk all about some of the craziest dreams we have had lately. From Shelly's dream about the two of us flying an invisible plane and fighting off a bad guy to Stephanie's dream about drinks with Rue McClanahan, there must be something in the air! Let us know about some of your crazy dreams as well- find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. And don't forget to share your Flying High moments with us- we love to celebrate with you!


Written and produced by: Shelly Price and Stephanie Hubka
Directed and engineered at: Snow Monster Studios
Sound editor: Podcast Engineers
Producer: Adam Hubka
Music by: Mike Dunn
South African Airways Flight 295

Wreckage discovered by the Gemini. Source: Code7700.com

South African Airways Flight 295

Wreckage from South African Airways Flight 295. Source: Reddit

South African Airways Flight 295

Wreckage from the South African Airways Flight 295 crash found at the bottom of the ocean. Source: YouTube