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INCIDENT: Aer Lingus A330 Rejected Takeoff After A Loud Bang And Lost Of Thrust

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An Aer Lingus Airbus A330-300, registration EI-FNG, was accelerating for takeoff from Dublin’s runway 28L on flight EI-123 from Dublin (Ireland) to Chicago O’Hare,IL (USA), when the crew rejected takeoff at low speed (about 35 knots over ground) due to a problem with the right hand engine (CF6), the aircraft briefly went off the runway centerline to the right but remained well within the runway

The crew then requested emergency services to inspect their right side; however, they were able to evacuate the runway and taxied off, regaining the runway center line.

After exiting the runway, the crew reported hearing a bang from the right side, but there was no indication of a fire, therefore they requested that emergency services inspect their right engine.

Following emergency services checks, the aircraft returned to the apron.

With a 3:45-hour delay, a replacement A330-300 registration EI-EIN arrived in Chicago.

The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Dublin, approximately 25 hours after rejecting the takeoff.

Source avhearld


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