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<h3>[[A320, Auckland New Zealand, 2017|Don't assume that a significant hazard will be rectified by somebody else - do something]]</h3>
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<h3>[[A333, vicinity Gold Coast Queensland Australia, 2017|An interesting and thorough engine bird strike investigation]]</h3>
<span style="color:#000000;"><sup>posted 5 November 2018 in [[:Category:Accidents and Incidents]]</sup></span>
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<span style="color:#000000;"><sup>posted 21 January 2019 in [[:Category:Accidents and Incidents]]</sup></span>
<p>On 27 October 2017, an aircraft returned to Auckland after advice from ATC that the right engine may have been affected by ingestion of FOD during engine start - a clipboard and paper left just inside the right hand engine by an employee of the airline’s ground handling contractor acting as the aircraft loading supervisor. The subsequent inspection found paper throughout the engine and minor damage to an engine fan blade and the fan case attrition liner. The Dispatcher overseeing the departure said she had seen the clipboard inside the engine but assumed it would be retrieved before departure. </p>
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<p>On 3 July 2017, an aircraft was climbing through 2,300 feet after a night takeoff from Gold Coast when the number 2 engine began to malfunction. As a cabin report of fire in the same engine was received, it failed and a diversion to Brisbane was made. The Investigation found that the engine failure was entirely attributable to the ingestion of a single medium-sized bird well within engine certification requirements. It was concluded that the failure was the result of a sufficiently rare combination of circumstances that it would be extremely unlikely for multiple engines to be affected simultaneously.</p>
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<h3>7th Annual Safety Forum [[:Portal:Safety and Procedures|''Safety and Procedures'']]</h3>
 
<h3>7th Annual Safety Forum [[:Portal:Safety and Procedures|''Safety and Procedures'']]</h3>
 
<span style="color:#000000;"><sup>4-5 June, 2019. EUROCONTROL HQ, Brussels, Belgium.</sup></span>
 
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<p>The 2019 Safety Forum will exchange ideas and experiences on the development of procedures</p>
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<p>The 2019 Safety Forum will exchange ideas and experiences on the development of procedures. Registration will open 1 March 2019.</p>
 
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Revision as of 12:02, 17 January 2019

Highlighted Article

An interesting and thorough engine bird strike investigation

posted 21 January 2019 in Category:Accidents and Incidents

On 3 July 2017, an aircraft was climbing through 2,300 feet after a night takeoff from Gold Coast when the number 2 engine began to malfunction. As a cabin report of fire in the same engine was received, it failed and a diversion to Brisbane was made. The Investigation found that the engine failure was entirely attributable to the ingestion of a single medium-sized bird well within engine certification requirements. It was concluded that the failure was the result of a sufficiently rare combination of circumstances that it would be extremely unlikely for multiple engines to be affected simultaneously.

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7th Annual Safety Forum Safety and Procedures

4-5 June, 2019. EUROCONTROL HQ, Brussels, Belgium.

The 2019 Safety Forum will exchange ideas and experiences on the development of procedures. Registration will open 1 March 2019.

Read more »

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