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TheWorstAirDisaster-空难

2021-10-06 03:18分类:高三英语 阅读:

 

On August 22, 1981, a Far Eastern Air Transport jetliner (a Boeing 737) bound for Kaohsiung  took off from Sungshan Airport. Ten minutes later, at about 10:10 a.m., it exploded in midair over Miaoli. All 110 passingers aboard, among them some Japanese and Americans, were killed. Everybody who heard about the accident was shocked. This was the worst air disaster in Taiwan. What shall we do in face of this misfortune? We must first offer sympathy to relatives of the victims, and then we must urge the airline company to be really careful with its maintenance work. It is only through proper  maintenance that we can hope to prevent another major air disaster from happening.

第二篇:

There have been more than six major accidents within the last six months, and the most recent one involving a Far Eastern Air Transport jetliner is the most disastrous. One hundred and ten innocent passengers were dashed to death from midair and burned into charcoal. No one knows how it happened and no one knows who is responsible for the accident. But at least Fat should have the decency of making proper funeral arrangements for the unfortunate victims. The attitude of the FAT general manager, however, is very disappointing. Money cannot solve every problem, least of  all when one is  suddenly deprived of his dear ones. What the relatives of the victims need most is concern and sympathy. A manager must have a strong sense of responsibility. By trying to shirk even the moral responsibility of the accident, the FAT manager has shown himself to be unsympathetic to the crash victims and their relatives. I feel deeply disappointed.

第三篇:

When the Boeing 737 jetliner of Far Eastern Air Transport took off from Sungshan Airport on the morning of August 22, 1981, there was no sign that the worst air disaster was only ten minutes away. But at 10:10 a.m., people who lived in Miaoli heard an explosion-like noise and looked up to see the airplane disintegrate in midair. The newspapers reported next day that all 110 passengers aboard, including some Americans and Japanese, were killed; there was no survivor. The number of death is the largest of all air mishaps in Taiwan. This disaster should prompt us to reexamine our air travel safety measures. I think we have the right to ask the airline company to adhere strictly to standard aircraft maintenance. Unless an aircraft is properly maintained, there will be no safety to speak of. And I am sure we all hope that such a disastrous accident as this one will not be repeated again.

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