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Boeing 787 Fan Shaft Failure Caused Blown Engine at Charleston

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The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) continues its investigation of the July 28, 2012 contained engine failure that occurred on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner during a pre-delivery taxi test in Charleston, South Carolina. A contained engine failure is a specific engine design feature in which components might separate inside the engine but either remain within the engine’s cases or exit the engine through the tail pipe. This design feature generally does not pose immediate safety risks (airnation.net) और अधिक...

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Rusted69
Tim Lamborn 2
I hope that's covered under warranty.
amahran
amahran 1
I suppose it's still in the money-back guarantee stage...

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