So a wing to fuselage fairing has many loads - if it is a high wing, you will have technicians standing on it - there's bird strike and other discrete damage - air loads naturally. What about rapid decompression? What effect does a single bay failure have on these panels? Presumably that blows the doors off so to speak...is this a fair assumption?
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