The NTSB is recommending that the FAA reevaluate its emergency evacuation slide certification standards and test methods as the result of two deployable slides inflating inside the cabin of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 during a high-energy on-ground crash sequence, temporarily trapping two flight attendants. Post-accident analysis and tests showed that the two slides inflated internally due to failure of the release mechanisms when exposed to forces two to four times greater than the FAA ...
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