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Any news on the Jet Airways A330 emergency landing at Toronto Canada????

Old 23rd Jul 2008, 19:28
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Any news on the Jet Airways A330 emergency landing at Toronto Canada????

I hear it was an engine exploding after takeoff any news anyone......
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CADORS Number: 2008O1416Reporting Region: Ontario

Occurrence InformationOccurrence Type: IncidentOccurrence Date: 2008/07/14Occurrence Time: 0016 ZDay Or Night: day-timeFatalities: 0Injuries: 0 Canadian Aerodrome ID: CYYZAerodrome Name: Toronto/Lester B. Pearson IntlOccurrence Location: Toronto/Lester B. Pearson Intl (CYYZ)Province: OntarioCountry: CANADAWorld Area: North America Reported By: NAV CANADAAOR Number: 96414-V1TSB Class Of Investigation: 5TSB Occurrence No.: A08O0182
Event InformationDeclared emergency/priorityDiversionEngine failure
Aircraft InformationFlight #: JAI225 Aircraft Category: AeroplaneCountry of Registration: INDIAMake: AIRBUSModel: A330 243Year Built: Amateur Built: No Engine Make: ROLLS ROYCE - UKEngine Model: RB211 TRENT 772-60Engine Type: Turbo fanGear Type: LandPhase of Flight: ClimbDamage: UnknownOwner: Operator: JET AIRWAYS (INDIA) LIMITED (15674)Operator Type: Commercial
Detail InformationUser Name:Donaldson, JohnDate:2008/07/15Further Action Required:No O.P.I.:International AviationNarrative:The Jet Airways (India) Limited Airbus A-330-200 series aircraft (operating as flight JAI225) had just departed on a scheduled IFR flight from Toronto (LBPIA) (CYYZ) to Brussels (Zaventem) International Airport, Belgium (EBBR). JAI225 departed Toronto (LBPIA) at 0012Z. Approximately five (5) minutes after departure, the aircraft's right engine failed. The aircraft orbited to burn fuel for approximately 25 minutes prior to returning to land. ARFF services were called out and the aircraft landed on runway 24R at 0050Z before taxiing to the gate without incident. Ops. impact -- unknown. User Name:Donaldson, JohnDate:2008/07/22Further Action Required:Yes O.P.I.:International AviationNarrative:UPDATE Supplemental information received from T.S.B. Initial Notification [#A08O0182]: The Jet Airways Airbus A-330-200 series aircraft (operating as flight JAI225) was on climb out when the #2 engine oil pressure dropped to zero. The aircraft continued to climb to 4,000 feet ASL and, after the flight crew interrogated the ECAM warnings and indications, they reduced thrust to idle and shut down the engine (Rolls-Royce Trent 700). The aircraft burned off excessive fuel for approximately 25 minutes before being vectored for an approach to runway 24R. ARFF services were standing by for the uneventful landing. Maintenance staff checked the oil level and found it to be normal. No obvious oil leaks were found around the engine. The magnetic chip detector was removed and was found to be contaminated with metal debris. The engine oil pump was removed and the drive shaft was found to be sheared. DFDR data was downloaded and, based on this information, the engine manufacturer requested that the engine be removed since it was operated with no oil pressure for a period of time.
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and this one too.....few days later.....keep going like this and they can kiss toronto good bye as a destination.


CADORS Number: 2008O1477Reporting Region: Ontario

Occurrence InformationOccurrence Type: IncidentOccurrence Date: 2008/07/17Occurrence Time: 1959 ZDay Or Night: day-timeFatalities: 0Injuries: 0 Canadian Aerodrome ID: Aerodrome Name: Occurrence Location: over eastern OntarioProvince: OntarioCountry: CANADAWorld Area: North America Reported By: NAV CANADAAOR Number: 96673-VTSB Class Of Investigation: TSB Occurrence No.:
Event InformationDiversionEngine malfunction - otherOther operational incident
Aircraft InformationFlight #: JAI225 Aircraft Category: AeroplaneCountry of Registration: INDIAMake: AIRBUSModel: A330 243Year Built: Amateur Built: No Engine Make: Engine Model: Engine Type: Turbo fanGear Type: LandPhase of Flight: CruiseDamage: UnknownOwner: Operator: JET AIRWAYS (INDIA) LIMITED (15674)Operator Type: Commercial
Detail InformationUser Name:Donaldson, JohnDate:2008/07/21Further Action Required:Yes O.P.I.:International AviationNarrative:*** Please refer to CADOR 2008O1416 for a similar occurrence a few days earlier. *** The Jet Airways (India) Limited airbus A-330-200 series aircraft (operating as flight JAI225) had departed on a scheduled IFR flight from Toronto (LBPIA) (CYYZ) to Brussels (Zaventem) International Airport, Belgium (EBBR). The aircraft was eastbound, in Montréal ACC airspace, when the flight crew reported engine vibrations and requested to return to Toronto (LBPIA) for maintenance work. No emergency was declared. The aircraft landed on runway 15L at 1959Z before taxiing to the maintenance facility without incident. Ops. impact -- unknown. Please note that for the most part, CADORS reports contain preliminary, unconfirmed data which can be subject to change.
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The Jet Airways (India) Limited airbus A-330-200 series aircraft (operating as flight JAI225) had departed on a scheduled IFR flight from Toronto (LBPIA) (CYYZ) to Brussels (Zaventem) International Airport, Belgium (EBBR)
The second CADORS report is partially incorrect. There was an in flight turnback due to high vibrations, but the flight was not operating the scheduled flight to BRU but rather an empty ferry flight non-stop to DEL.

The revenue flight with passengers arrived in BRU on schedule.

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Many thanks guys cheers
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Old 25th Jul 2008, 14:57
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The RB211 derivative on the 330 has developed quite a history of Oil Pump drive shaft failure shortly after take-off. Total loss of oil pressure leads to inflight shutdown. It has nothing to do with Jet Airways, it's a Rolls Royce design problem.
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Old 25th Jul 2008, 15:10
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Was runway 23 closed. Its almost 2000 feet longer than runway 24R. I would like to have the extra runway....
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The first 1500' of Rwy 23 is being re-paved, so there is a displaced threshold, in addition, the G/S and PAPI are notamed out of service. Rwy 24R sounds like it was a better choice.
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Thanks Baby!
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