Re: A 777 with four engines.

Date:         18 Aug 98 01:04:44 
From:         Robin Peel <robinp@mindspring.com>
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jchase wrote:
> Is there any record of a double engine failure and subsequent aircraft
> loss on a twin-jet from separate causes? - that is, exclude volcano dust
> or bird ingestions killing both engines, running out of fuel, or other
> events that kill ALL engines regardless of number.

The British Midland 737 that went down at Kegworth a few years ago may
be in this category.     After a "routine" (?) engine failure, the wrong
engine was shut down.  So, both engines were lost for separate (but
related) reasons.

- Robin.

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Robin A. Peel
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