Recent incidents

Date:         26 Jul 98 23:57:22 
From:         "Christian Kuehnke" <Christian.Kuehnke@arbi.Informatik.Uni-Oldenburg.DE>
Organization: University of Oldenburg, Germany
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The NTSB recently started to list incidents reported by foreign
investigation authorities. Understandably, the findings are not
reported as quickly as for cases where the NTSB itself does the
investiagion.

Does anybody know more about the following incidents?

                       NTSB Identification: DCA98WA062

             Scheduled 14 CFR 129 operation of HAPAG LLOYD FLUG
                    Incident occurred JUN-27-98 at MUNICH
               Aircraft: Boeing 737-800, registration: DAHFD
                                  Injuries:

ON JUNE 27, 1998, AT 0842 GMT, A HAPAG LLOYD FLUG GMBH, D-AHFD, EXPERIENCED
AN UNCOMMANDED #2 ENGINE ACCELERATION DURING THE FLARE FOR LANDING AT MUNICH
AIRPORT, MUNICH, GERMANY. THE ENGINE ACCELERATED TO 111% BEFORE IT WAS SHUT
DOWN BY THE FLIGHTCREW. NO INJURIES OR DAMAGE TO THE AIRPLANE OCCURRED. THE
INCIDENT IS BEING INVESTIGATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY.

                       NTSB Identification: DCA98WA063

        Scheduled 14 CFR 121 operation of LTU INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS
                Incident occurred JUL-05-98 at PALMA MALLORCA
                Aircraft: Douglas MD-11, registration: DAERB
                                  Injuries:

Accident being investigated by the Government of Germany.

                       NTSB Identification: DCA98WA064

                Scheduled 14 CFR 129 operation of AIR FRANCE
                   Incident occurred JUL-01-98 at TENERIFE
                    Aircraft: Boeing 777, registration:
                                  Injuries:

Paris, France, diverted into Tenerife, Portugal, because of an uncommanded
engine shutdown. No other details known. This incident is being investigated
by the French government.
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