UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch said that ice within the fuel feed system "most probably" caused restricted fuel flow to the Trent 800s powering the British Airways 777-200ER that crash-landed about 300 m. short of London Heathrow's Runway 27L on Jan. 17 (ATWOnline, May 22). AAIB released a detailed interim report on the accident investigation yesterday, noting that the flight from Beijing to LHR "was uneventful and the operation of the engines was normal until the final approach." But ...

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