Plane crashes

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The Jet rule is a subset of the Zal rule, meaning "If a plane crash appears in documentaries like Mayday, Air Crash Investigation or Seconds from Disaster, it is probably staged".[ab 1]

Examples

Flight Year Date Victims Survivors Comment Research ACI Wiki
Tenerife disaster 1977 03/27 bombing same day at Tenerife airport [MSM 1]
[MSM 2]
[MSM 3]
Japan Airlines Flight 123 1985 08/12 Second-deadliest after Tenerife [MSM 4]
Ermenonville air disaster 1974 03/03 [MSM 1]
Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision 1996 11/12 [MSM 1]
Air France Flight 447 2009 06/01 0 Stalling near equator
"The pilot's actual voice", "actor's voices" at 26:30, 2nd ACI
Zal rule: Fatal Flight 447 (2012)
[MSM 1]
[MSM 5]
9/11 2001 09/11 0 War for terror
Zal rule: many
[MSM 1]
Miracle of the Andes 1972 10/13 Team DCP, cannibalism
Wallace rule: Link
[MSM 1]
SilkAir Flight 185 pilot suicide [MSM 6]
TWA Flight 800 [MSM 7]
American Airlines Flight 587 2001 11/12 2 months after 9/11 [MSM 8]
British Midland Flight 92 1989 01 IRA, 3 weeks after the Lockerbie bombing [MSM 9]
Continental Airlines Flight 3407 [MSM 10]
China Airlines Flight 611 [MSM 1]
US Airways Flight 427 1994 09/08 0 "no aircraft left after vertical impact" [MSM 11]

See also

References

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