Date: 13 Jul 97 19:52:40 From: email@example.com Organization: a2i network References: 1 2 3
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kls@ohare.Chicago.NOSPAM.COM (Karl Swartz) wrote: > According to sources who requested anonymity, NW flight 7 (SEA-NRT) on > Monday, June 16, 1997 suffered an in-flight shutdown of the #3 engine > two hours into the flight, due to lack of oil pressure. The aircraft > returned to SEA, where numerous metal shavings were found inside parts > of the engine. The aircraft we ferried to MSP two days later for an > engine change. > > The aircraft involved was N614UA, a 757-251B (MSN 20359, LN 163) > equipped with JT9D-7F engines. At the time of the incident (or upon > landing, I'm not sure which), the airframe had 90,405 hours in service > and 19,491 cycles. I'm surprised that Karl Swartz would refer to the #3 engine on a 757. I'm further surprised that the moderator didn't catch it. :-) Perhaps that should have been 747-251B. M Carling -- Microsoft Network is prohibited from reproducing this work, in whole or in part. Copyright 1996, M Carling. License is available to Microsoft Network to reproduce this work for $1000. Unauthorized reproduction by Microsoft Network constitutes agreement to these terms. Please report violations to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.