US News A Boeing 777 forced to land urgently in Moscow after an engine problem
Boeing requests the immobilization of 128 planes worldwide, after the incident in Colorado
© Hayden Smith / EPA / MAXPPP The engine of a Boeing 777 caught fire, near Denver, in the United States, February 20. A Boeing 777, which had taken off Saturday from Denver (United States), had to turn around in an emergency after the fire in its right engine. Following the incident, which left no injuries, the aircraft manufacturer called for the immobilization of several dozen planes.
This is another blow for Boeing . A 777 from the Russian company Rossiya landed in an emergency this Friday morning in Moscow, after an engine problem. The event comes less than a week before
According to information provided by Rossiya, a malfunction of the engine control sensor was detected in this plane which was connecting Hong Kong to Madrid. "The landing went normally" at the Moscow airport of Sheremetyevo, said this subsidiary of the Russian state-owned company Aeroflot, before adding that "the plane would resume its flight after noon" .
USA: Boeing 777 incident in Denver appears to be related to metal wear, according to NTSB
BOEING-777-USA-NTSB: USA: Boeing 777 incident in Denver appears to be related to metal wear, according to NTSB © Reuters / HAYDEN SMITH / @ speedbird5280 USA: BOEING 777 INCIDENT IN DENVER SEEMS RELATED TO METAL WEAR, ACCORDING TO NTSB WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S.
A black series for Boeing
This episode is not likely to improve the reputation of Boeing. The American aviator has experienced a series of accidents for several years. It started withTwo aircraft of this model crashed within months of each other, killing 346 people. These are Lion Air in Indonesia in October 2018 and Ethiopian Airlines in March 2019 in Ethiopia. A flight software problem would have caused the downfall of these two planes. As a result, Boeing has made changes to the flight control software for all 737 Max. This allowed these devices to fly again at the end of January 2021, two years after their forced shutdown.
But less than a month after the return of these planes, 128 Boeing 777s equipped with Pratt and Whitney engines were immobilized on the ground. One of his aircraft had a serious engine problem over Denver, United States, last Saturday. Due to the fire in its right engine, this United Airlines plane dropped more pieces of its fuselage in its wake over the American city. According to the authorities, no injuries were injured either on the ground or when approaching the plane. And the plane managed to turn around and land safely, according to the US airline.
United States. The pilots of a Boeing 737 MAX shut down an engine in mid-flight .
© Jawal A. WILSON / AFP It was a problem with the pressure on the engine oil or a problem with a volume indicator , according to this spokesperson. Due to a "possible mechanical problem", the pilots of an American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX decided to shut down one of the aircraft's engines in an emergency during a flight.