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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 17 December 2018 in [[:Solutions:SKYclips]]</sup></span>
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<span style="color:#000000;"><sup>posted 21 January 2019 in [[:Category:Accidents and Incidents]]</sup></span>
<p>The latest safety promotion animation from EUROCONTROL focuses on CPDLC.</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>
 
<span style="color:#000000;"><sup>4-5 June, 2019. EUROCONTROL HQ, Brussels, Belgium.</sup></span>
<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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