Probe Finds Ash Damage Unlikely In A330 Engine Failure

Credit: Nigel Previtt/AW&ST
Volcanic ash-related damage most likely did not contribute to the failure of a Thomas Cook Airbus A330-200’s No. 2 engine at Manchester Airport in June 2013, a U.K. Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) incident report addendum says. The incident took place as the A330 was rolling down...
Sean Broderick

Senior Air Transport & Safety Editor Sean Broderick covers aviation safety, MRO, and the airline business from Aviation Week Network's Washington, D.C. office.

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