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Air New Zealand 767 uncontained engine failure at BNE

Old 15th Dec 2002, 00:27
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Correct faheel, there was such an incident but I'm not sure it involved Emirates.
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Old 15th Dec 2002, 01:01
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Wink

we never got that thru our in house safety mag
They must still be in the "denial" stage!!

Faheel, I can assure you it happened. I heard it from my home & counted over 40 "impacts" on the port fuselage, whilst they were being painted over in the AN 737-A320 hangar. Didn't get a piccy as it...errr...wouldn't have gone unnoticed!
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Old 15th Dec 2002, 01:39
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The ATSB has an excellent report with photos on their web site, for the event of Jan 2001 to A6-EMM.

It exists as a PDF file on my computer
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