To fly open

to open suddenly, or with violence.

See also: Fly

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He also noted that after the van's tire blew up, the vehicle rolled over, prompting its doors to fly open.
Nissan is recalling more than 238,000 Altima midsize cars worldwide because a secondary latch can fail and allow the hoods to fly open while the cars are in motion, a report said.
Chases saw the big Wolseley leaning hard while cornering on its rear leaf 'pram' springs to outmanoeuvre the villain's Jaguar which would often hit the kerb, forcing the boot to fly open.
driving at 100km/h and the bonnet of the car decides to fly open and slam the window," Pietersen tweeted, adding the hashtag "scary".
Driving at 100km/h & the bonnet of the car decides to fly open & slam the window..
"I didn't feel doors were going to fly open for me for being cute, so I worked hard at everything else."
The linear approach, when mastered, will not allow the front side to fly open giving the pitching arm sufficient time to catch up with the front side before releasing the ball.
The mechanism had been based in the centre of the traps, from where the bar began to fly open and thus gave an extremely marginal but crucial advantage to the midfield runners - especially in sprints.
When the landing went wrong, the aircraft hit the ground and the impact buckled its frame and caused a door to fly open.
THE starting stalls are about to fly open at Redcar for the 2012 season.