NTSB Is Still Searching For Cause Of CF6 Engine Problem

Credit: Credit: AFI KLM E&M
Accident investigators are puzzling over the causes of the first-ever failure of a second-stage high-pressure (HP) turbine stage on a General Electric CF6-80C2 engine that suffered an uncontained release of debris during the Oct. 28 takeoff run of an American Airlines Boeing 767-300ER from Chicago O...

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