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Tibet Airlines A319 on fire at Chongqing.

Old 27th May 2022, 10:50
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I was thinking more of an engine failure at a much lower speed, well below Vmcg, so not enough rudder to help.

That sort of yaw has occured when pilots don't wait for the engines to stabilise at 50% thrust before selecting FLX/TOGA.

I am not suggesting that happened here, but it could have been a low speed (IAS) engine failure.
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Old 8th Jun 2023, 13:59
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Any updates on this event? No initial report seems to have been produced as far as I can see?

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Old 11th Jun 2023, 21:54
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nothing to see here, move along ...

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