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We are a small travel agency serving customers in the local San Gabriel Valley. We sell airline tickets, tours, cruises, and other travel packages, and provide discounts, promotions, and other gratuities for our customers. If you would like help with airline travel or want to get a quote on a tour package Please contact us directly at: PHONE: (626)-576-0555 EMAIL: [email protected]. We DO NOT advertise our products or services on other websites such as craiglist or ebay. If you are sent info regarding our services from other third party sites, do not engage with or buy anything from others until confirming with us directly. …

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This is a retroactive review and shout-out to the fantastic team that helped me during the pre-pandemic era with my international business trip to China and passport renewal. As the trip was fairly last minute, I did not have a chance to stay on top of my passport. And so I engaged 123 Travel to help me with expediting the process. Their fees were reasonable and they were knowledgeable and professional in everything I needed to prepare for my first visit to Shanghai. They also have a courier service option to deliver the passport to me in person, though I did not opt for that as it wasn't THAT last minute. Otherwise, I would have. Glad to see this agency survived the pandemic years. The very nice team at 123 Travel had gotten me out of a jam. They are established enough to be on the radar of the Big4 cpa firms and it showed. Anecdote: they are bilingual in English and Chinese

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Willy did an excellent job in managing the booking for our 12 night Italy , Turkey and Greek Islands Tour on Celebrity. She booked us a great room midship on the Edge. Willy was really responsive to our many questions as we do not normally go on cruises. We can tell that she is very experienced and knowledgeable travel consultant. Thanks to her we have booked a future Celebrity cruise to Asia.

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I have been using 123 Travel for over 10 years. I have always received excellent services from Willy. Unlike other travel agencies that I have used before, Willy never made any mistakes. I always received prompt services. Last year, when I had a family emergency and needed to fly out of the country within a short time. Willy was still able to find me the best deal for my travel. I highly recommend everyone to use 123 Travel for any travel purposes. This company has been around over 20 years, and the travel agents have lots of experience to work with your unique travel arrangements/needs.

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  • Hat Yai → Penang
  • Nong Khai → Vientiane
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  • Krabi → Thong Sala Koh Phangan
  • Hua Hin → Koh Samui
  • Koh Ngai → Khao Sok
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  • Kuala Lumpur → Hat Yai
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  • Siem Reap → Phuket
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  • Preah Vihear → Stung Treng
  • Kratie → Siem Reap
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  • Manila → Daet
  • Manila → Sorsogon
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  • Batangas → Romblon
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  • Bohol → Siquijor
  • Bohol → Dumaguete
  • Bacolod → Iloilo
  • Bacolod → Manila
  • Cebu → Bohol
  • Cebu → Siquijor
  • Cebu → Dumaguete
  • Cebu → Manila
  • Cebu → Surigao
  • Cebu → Ormoc
  • Puerto Princesa → El Nido
  • Puerto Princesa → Port Barton
  • Puerto Princesa → Manila
  • Coron → El Nido
  • Coron → Manila
  • Surigao → Siargao

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  • Cairo → Hurghada
  • Sharm El Sheikh → Cairo
  • Cairo → Alexandria
  • Alexandria → Cairo
  • Cairo → Giza
  • Giza → Cairo
  • Cairo → Dahab
  • Dahab → Cairo
  • Luxor → Aswan
  • Aswan → Luxor
  • Cairo → Luxor
  • Luxor → Cairo
  • Tahrir → Sharm El Sheikh
  • Sharm El Sheikh → Tahrir
  • Hurghada → Luxor
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  • Sahl Hashesh → Nasr City Go Bus
  • Nasr City Go Bus → Sahl Hashesh
  • Cairo → Sharm El Sheikh
  • Port Said → Cairo
  • Cairo → Port Said
  • Alexandria → Sharm El Sheikh
  • Giza → Sharm El Sheikh
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  • Mersin → Istanbul
  • Istanbul → Mersin
  • Alanya → Istanbul
  • Istanbul → Alanya
  • Istanbul → Sofia
  • Istanbul → Goreme
  • Goreme → Istanbul
  • Istanbul → Sivas
  • Sivas → Istanbul
  • Antalya → Fethiye
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  • Istanbul → Fethiye
  • Mersin → Antalya Bus Station
  • Antalya Bus Station → Mersin
  • Trabzon → Ankara
  • Ankara → Cappadocia
  • Cappadocia → Ankara
  • Ankara → Trabzon
  • Antalya → Denizli
  • Denizli → Antalya
  • Istanbul → Cappadocia
  • Cappadocia → Istanbul
  • Alanya → Antalya
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  • Sabiha Gokcen Airport → Eskisehir
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  • Belek → Antalya
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  • Istanbul → Antalya
  • Istanbul → Ankara
  • Alanya → Cappadocia
  • Cappadocia → Alanya
  • Antalya → Side
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  • Istanbul → Bucharest
  • Antalya → Tasucu
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  • Antalya Airport → Alanya Hotel Transfer
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  • Istanbul → Kayseri
  • Adana → Kahramanmaras
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  • Milas Bodrum Airport → Bodrum Hotel Transfer
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  • Goreme → Antalya
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  • Silifke → Antalya
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  • Nevsehir → Alanya
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  • Antalya → Pamukkale
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  • Istanbul → Bursa
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  • Diyarbakir → Istanbul
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  • Trabzon Bus Station → Batumi
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  • Bodrum → Antalya
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  • Gemlik → Istanbul
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  • Alanya → Mersin
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  • Goreme → Pamukkale
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T he history of aviation does not know of another single-aircraft accident as catastrophic as Japan Airlines Flight 123. This flight on August 12, 1985, was supposed to be the fifth flight made by the gigantic Boeing 747 SR-46. However, due to a faulty repair conducted seven years earlier, the aircraft crashed on a mountainside, claiming the lives of 520 people.

The Japan Airlines Boeing 747 completed its fourth flight at Haneda Airport in Tokyo shortly after 4:15 PM Eastern Time on Monday, August 12, 1985. In less than an hour, the crew prepared the jet for takeoff, and a crew change took place.

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The aircraft, led by Captain Kasami Takahama and First Officer Yutaka Sasaki, took off from Tokyo to Osaka, 280 miles away. By 6:12 PM Eastern Time, the plane was already in the air. Twelve minutes after takeoff, the first signals appeared that foreshadowed the impending disaster of the jumbo jet with 524 people on board.

At 6:24 PM Eastern Time, Captain Takahama heard a muffled boom. “Something exploded,” he said. Moments later, an alarm indicating decompression appeared in the cabin. The pilots initially suspected the landing gear doors—they assumed they had been torn off. In the next minute, the aircraft began transmitting transponder code 7700, indicating a critical situation to controllers in Tokyo. The Japanese Boeing 747 started to lose control.

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Controllers in Tokyo noticed that the Japan Airlines Boeing 747 was moving chaotically. It alternated between tilting to the right and the left. It was moving in a manner characteristic of aircraft with lost stability.

“The R5 door has fallen off,” said flight engineer Hiroshi Fukuda at 6:33 PM Eastern Time. After the disaster, the team investigating the accident thoroughly analyzed this statement. It determined that the mentioned door was still attached to the wreckage, so it could not have fallen off. Thus, the theory that the door caused the cabin decompression was debunked. The failure of a completely different component caused the disaster.

They tried to save the plane for 30 minutes

The uncontrolled flight continued for the following minutes. At 6:40 PM Eastern Time, the jet flew near the American Yokota Air Base, whose crew intercepted communications from Flight 123. However, the Japanese in the jumbo jet did not respond to the Americans' offer of assistance, as they were fighting to regain control of the Boeing.

The captain and first officer tried to control the plane using engine thrust. They discovered that pushing the power lever forward during a dive caused the aircraft to ascend. Conversely, pulling the lever back during an ascent caused the Boeing to lose speed.

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The causes of the disaster have roots in 1978

Experts investigating Japan Airlines Flight 123 determined that the direct cause of the accident was the rupture of the pressure bulkhead in the rear of the aircraft. Shortly after takeoff, a 27-square-foot tear developed, causing cabin decompression. Subsequently, the airflow tore off the aircraft's vertical stabilizer, resulting in hydraulic fluid loss and loss of control, leading to the crash on the mountainside.

However, the investigators' analysis revealed that the causes of the disaster traced back to an incident seven years before the Flight 123 accident. On June 2, 1978, the same jet (number JA8119) struck its tail on the runway while landing at Osaka Airport. In the final phase of the maneuver, the pilot lifted the aircraft's nose too far, causing the rear part to strike the ground and crack the rear pressure bulkhead.

Repairs to the damaged part of the Boeing 747 were necessary. The manufacturer dispatched its specialists to perform this task. However, as the investigative committee established seven years later (after the disaster), the repair was conducted improperly. The engineers attached the sealing element with one row of rivets, while Boeing required the use of two rows.

Although the faulty repair allowed the Boeing 747 to complete several thousand more takeoffs and landings, the departure from Tokyo's airport on August 12, 1985, was the last that the fatiguing pressure bulkhead could endure. It cost the lives of 520 people on board. Only four injured persons survived the crash.

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