A SkyWest Brasilia suffered an engine fire following takeoff from San Diego last month resulting in an emergency landing with no hydraulics, no flaps, no nose-wheel steering, no brakes - and no injuries. Flight 5724 was en route from Lindbergh Field to Los Angeles May 21 with three crew and 14 passengers. According to the preliminary NTSB report, the crew indicated that the right engine lost power while climbing though 2,000 feet. The first officer reported that the propeller had ...


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