A Singapore Airlines Plane Lost Both Engines And Kept Flying

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    Flightradar24 is reporting that Singapore Airlines flight 836 from Singapore to Shanghai suffered a double engine failure yesterday at cruising altitude. The flight was operated by an Airbus A330-300, and apparently the plane dropped 13,000 feet before power returned: The double engine failure happened while they were flying through the outflow of a huge storm: Double engine failures are extremely rare, and immediately reminded me of British Airways flight 9, which was a 747 in that 1980s that lost all four engines due to an ash cloud: The post A Singapore Airlines Plane Lost Both Engines And Kept Flying appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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