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Photos of Qantas B747-400 Uncontained Engine Failure

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Pictures have emerged of the damaged Rolls-Royce RB211 engine on a Qantas Airlines Boeing 747-400 that experienced an uncontained engine failure on departure from the San Francisco International airport en route to Sydney late Monday night. According to ... FlightAware.com ... the aircraft was climbing through 25,000ft (7,620m) approximately 20 minutes after departure when it experienced the problem (www.flightglobal.com) 更多...

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kevind
Kevin Delaney 0
For properly trained and proficient pilots such a problem was likely a concern but the safe return of ship, crew and passengers was never in doubt.

Which is what we all expect. Well done.
Checkguy
DA SHAFE 0
Those pictures are great! It would be interesting to hear the conversation with ATC.
indy2001
indy2001 0
Not a good week for RR. Although this failure is (hopefully) unrelated to the uncontained failure of the Trent 1000 engine being developed for the B787, this can't be welcome news for their PR folks. And considering the adage that bad things tend to happen in threes, I wouldn't be too comfortable on a RR-powered aircraft for a while.
jeyrivera89
Jesus Rivera 0
Nice plug for Flightaware :)
CaptMarcelo
CaptMarcelo 0
I agree with indy2001 !! Boeing is a excellent plane. If it happens In Airbus, have many alarms for shut off and after you think how will be the correct procedure into a large book!
BrianL
BrianL 0
GE90 FTW :)
paulsergeant
Paul Sergeant 0
Their holding pattern looks a lot like my last one!
cabuguas1
dam lucky one of the blades didn't pierce the wing. or the fuselage
ikele76
He was not holding just dumping fuel
militron
Sometimes it's nice to start with four engines.
psteen67
Paul Steen 0
Here's the audio from LiveATC.Net http://www.liveatc.net/forums/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=8019.0;attach=4267

Paul
aliege
If I look at the pics,the damage came from the inside!I think something was sucked inside the engine and blowout bij the engine.
toolguy105
toolguy105 0
Four years in the Air Force and three years working for an Air Line I have never seen oe heard of an un contained Engine failure. Those engines are designes to contain a failure of this type. It will be interesting to see what the NTSB findings will be.
ufo2826
Ed Angel 0
Very scary thing, this is.
amiee
Ken Martin 0
Well done to the crew who brought her back safe and sound.
jdbennett
jdbennett 0
This was a rotorburst, probably LPT judging from the section of engine it came from. The only way an engine contains a blade is on the fan, where the engine casing is covered with kevlar. The turbine casings further aft cannot contain a fragment from departing the engine.
pabobfin
Robert Finlay 0
Wow, good job crew, those emergency sims pay off every time.
Hobbs
John Wallace 0
Ryanair's C.E.O has suggested that two pilots are not required on a flight. If the one pilot is incapacitated during the flight he reckons the cabin crew will take control of the aircraft. This incident might change his tune. Well done to the pilots.

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