Airbus is looking at new ways of detecting improperly latched engine cowling doors after the latest in a series of incidents resulting in the loss of the doors in flight. The development is reported by the UK Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) in its findings on an incident involving a British Airways Airbus A319-100, which lost the fan cowl doors from both engines as it took off from London Heathrow Airport on May 24, 2013. Returning to Heathrow, damage to a starboard engine fuel ...

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