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#1 José Geraldo

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Posted 06 de December de 2017 - 08:41

Bom dia, pessoal.


Segue o registro feito por Eddie Heisterkamp. O motor deste 767-200F "ingeriu" um pássaro logo após decolar de LAX.


Um belo flagrante. Um incidente o ocorreu ontem, 05/12/2017.



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Posted 06 de December de 2017 - 19:28

É impressão minha ou o fogo está saindo pela by pass do motor? Está meio estranho.

Aliás, esse avião era o PP-VNP da Varig.

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Posted 06 de December de 2017 - 22:10

Incident: AeroUnion B762 at Los Angeles on Dec 5th 2017, streak of flame and heavy smoke from engine

By Simon Hradecky, created Wednesday, Dec 6th 2017 22:31Z, last updated Thursday, Dec 7th 2017 00:12Z


An AeroUnion Boeing 767-200 freighter, registration XA-LRC performing freight flight 6R-301 from Los Angeles,CA (USA) to Guadalajara (Mexico) with 2 crew, was in the initial climb out of Los Angeles' runway 25R when a crew about to taxi into position onto runway 25R called out "engine on fire", tower immediately followed advising AeroUnion of smoke coming from their right hand engine (CF6). The crew advised they would continue on runway heading, tower offered a right turn onto runways 06 or 07 on pilots discretion, the crew decided to stop climb at 1500 feet and return to runway 25L. The aircraft joined a right downwind for 25L, tower instructed one aircraft on final for 25L to go around and another one to immediately change to approach frequency again. The 767-200 landed safely on runway 25L about 8 minutes after departure, emergency equipment checked the aircraft and reported pretty heavy smoke from the engine, the crew advised they had already discharged one bottle of fire agent.

The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Los Angeles about 24 hours after landing back.

The FAA reported the crew reported an overheating engine #2 and returned to Los Angeles. The FAA is looking into the cause.



Fonte: http://avherald.com/...=4b1fd3e7&opt=0

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Posted 07 de December de 2017 - 20:30

Vejam e ouçam o ATC;




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