An engine explodes, peppering the wings and fuselage of a wide-body airliner with turbine fragments propelled out of its core at Mach 2.6. Some systems are eviscerated, some disabled. Of the aircraft’s 22 different systems, 21 are damaged, and 650 wires and network cables are severed. Less than 50 per cent of its electrics and hydraulics are operational but the aircraft stays in the sky and remains controllable. On the flight deck, its crew use the first shocking seconds to take stock of the situation, first determining that the aircraft will still fly. This is resilience, aviation-style.
Collected and summarized from the source below by Quynh Hoa https://www.flightsafetyaustralia.com/2018/10/bouncing-not-breaking-resilience-as-the-foundation-of-safety/