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A350 incident at EFHK

Old 1st Sep 2016, 08:27
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Maybe one of those things when you introduce a new aircraft.
Just a guess but A320 on the NIgs instead of A350....
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Old 1st Sep 2016, 08:41
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Just a guess but A320 on the NIgs instead of A350....
Mine flashes a big "aircraft type" as I turn onto the CL...
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Old 1st Sep 2016, 13:06
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Most inlet cowls are only held on by a handful of bolts and are easily swapped out.
It's more than "a handful" of bolts - probably 50 or 60 bolts. But I get your point.
Bloggs, based on the pictures of the Southwest 737, the mounting flange appears to still be attached to the engine - its the rest of the inlet that went bye-bye
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