Event Details

Title:Engine failure, BAe 146-200, G-JEAR
Micro summary:A Bang! on rotation turns out to be a #3 engine failure.
Event Time:1998-11-06 at 0614 UTC
File Name:1998-11-06-UK.pdf
Publishing Agency:Aircraft Accident Investigation Board (AAIB)
Publishing Country:United Kingdom
Report number:EW/A98/11/01
Diversion Airport:Saint-Exupery International Airpot, Lyon, France
Site of event:Takeoff
Departure:Saint-Exupery International Airpot, Lyon, France
Destination:London Heathrow Airport, London, England
Airplane Type(s):BAe 146-200
Flight Phase:Takeoff
Operator(s):Jersey European Airways
Type of flight:Revenue
Serious Injuries:0
Other Injuries:0
Diverted to:Saint-Exupery International Airpot, Lyon, France
Executive Summary:The aircraft, which was on a scheduled service from Lyon to London Heathrow, had begun its take off run with all engine indications normal. However, as the pilot started to rotate the aircraft to lift off a loud noise was heard and the engine indications showed that the No 3 engine had failed. The appropriate flight deck actions were taken and the aircraft returned to land at Lyon without further incident.
Learning Keywords:Operations - Bang, pop, crack, sizzle!
Systems - Engine - Contained Engine Failure


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