An nickname bestowed on Boeing 737-200 N73711 (Boeing c/n 20209) of Aloha Airlines. On April 28 1988, this plane (traveling as Aloha flight 243) was flying from Hilo, Hawaii to Honolulu at 24,000 foot. An 18 base area of the cabin roofing divided and a flight attendant ended up being lost overboard in the ensuing decompression. Everyone remained in their chairs, and the staff was able to make an emergency landing in Maui. The accident was later on determined is as a result of steel weakness, and led to much more demanding inspection and upkeep demands for large pattern aircraft.