Specialists from the General Electric and Pratt & Whitney Engine Alliance working with Australian investigators are focusing on a failed nozzle guide vane as the suspected cause of an engine shutdown on a GP7200-powered Emirates Airline Airbus A380. The aircraft experienced the engine incident around 20 min. after departure from Sydney, Australia on Nov. 11. The aircraft, bound for Dubai with 380 passengers on board, returned safely to the airport, where inspectors are believed to ...
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