A Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) Boeing 777-300ER is being inspected after making an unscheduled landing in Iqaluit, Canada. The aircraft, powered by GE Aviation GE90 engines, was en route from Zurich to Los Angeles Feb. 1, operating as flight LX40. “Following a malfunction message, the aircraft’s left engine automatically shut down, as it is programmed to do,” SWISS spokesperson Stefan Vasic told ATW. “In response to this, the flight crew decided to make a ...

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