DELTA MD-88 EXPERIENCES UNUSUAL ENGINE FAILURE

  • Uuuuuuuuuuuuups =O


    A Delta Air Lines McDonnell Douglas MD-88 was operating flight DL1425 when the pilots initiated a diversion due to an unusual engine failure.

    The aircraft, registered N906DL, had departed Atlanta and was en route to Baltimore at 33,000ft when the left hand Pratt and Whitney JT8D engine failed.

    With no clear view of the engine and what seemed to be a standard engine failure, the pilots began to descend, choosing Raleigh/Durham as the diversion airport due to its proximity.


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