Report: Unlatched cowlings led to Heathrow emergency

UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) said an emergency landing May 24 by a British Airways Airbus A319 at London Heathrow Airport was caused by the engine cowling doors being left unlatched following maintenance. The aircraft, BA762 bound for Oslo with 75 passengers and five crew on board...
Alan Dron

Based in London, Alan is Europe & Middle East correspondent at Air Transport World.

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