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Wow That Was Quick! Evil Portent Fulfilled For Boeing's 787 Dreamliner: FAA Orders ‘Urgent’ 787 Repair After Engine Fails At 20,000 Feet


That Was Quick!

This was posted Thursday, April 21, 2016:
Evil Portent For Boeing's 787 Dreamliner: Co-pilot Breaks Leg On Flight UA900 From London Heathrow To San Francisco
And the next day this hits:
FAA Orders ‘Urgent’ 787 Repair After Engine Fails at 20,000 Feet
April 22, 2016 — 1:27 PM CDT Updated on April 22, 2016 — 2:22 PM CDT 
Airlines flying Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner jets with the latest General Electric Co. engines were ordered to repair them, or swap out at least one with an older model, in an urgent safety directive issued after an in-flight failure. 
A GEnx-1B PIP2, part of a family of engines plagued by issues related to icing, suffered “substantial damage” in the Jan. 29 incident, when ice on the fan blades broke loose, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said in an order published Friday in the Federal Register. 
“The potential for common cause failure of both engines in flight is an urgent safety issue,” the FAA said in its order. 
The GEnx, a high-efficiency engine developed for wide-body aircraft, has faced earlier issues with icing. In 2013, the FAA ordered airlines to avoid flying 787 and 747-8 planes equipped with the GE engines near thunderstorms in high-altitude cruise flight. Even in those sub-freezing temperatures, moisture from the storms could enter the engines and form dangerous ice, the FAA said. 
The latest issue is unrelated to the 2013 situation. The incident occurred at 20,000 feet (6,096 meters) altitude, which was lower than previous icing issues encountered by the engine model. Bloomberg Read More>>>>>
Strange? the engines fail before reaching the 29,050ft boundary established by the Blessed Trinity. Maybe the Demons of the Darksome Atmosphere are moving a little lower....


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