Qantas has grounded its six-strong A380 fleet after one of the aircraft suffered an uncontained engine failure just after takeoff from Singapore yesterday.
Qantas’s first Airbus A380, christened the Nancy-Bird Walton (shown here), suffered an uncontained engine failure after taking off from Singapore Nov. 4. Photo: By Geoffrey Thomas Qantas has grounded its six-strong Airbus A380 fleet after one of the aircraft suffered an uncontained engine failure just after takeoff from Singapore yesterday. Flight QF32 with 433 passengers and 26 crewmembers experienced a major high pressure turbine failure in its No. 2 Rolls-Royce Trent 900, ...
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