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LELocus Equations
LELong Eireannach (Gaelic: Ship of Ireland)
LELil’ Ethan (character in NBC's Passions)
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Dmitry Palashkin made a successful landing of the aircraft of the Tez Jet airline, which took off from Bishkek to Batken region, due to the breakdown of the left engine. Nobody was injured as a result.
Hawaiian Airlines took to its Twitter account to update about the incident: "An A330 ferry flight from PAE to SEA experienced a left engine issue on final approach at SEA tonight.
Photographs published by several Australian media outlets showed a large gash well over a metre long in the casing of the left engine.
He then started both engines in the prescribed order, right engine first then the left engine. The ground maintenance personnel then proceeded to conduct maintenance checks.
In a statement, investigators said: "Initial examination of the left engine revealed multiple breaches of the engine case in the area around the high pressure compressor.
Investigations continue into what caused the left engine of the Boeing 777-200 to burst into flames on the runway at a Las Vegas airport on Wednesday, forcing 157 passengers, 10 crew and three pilots to evacuate down emergency slides.
In the latter stages of the flight on the night of November 29, the right engine "flamed out and shortly after the left engine flamed out", said the report from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
In the late stages of the flight on the night of November 29, the right engine "flamed out and shortly after the left engine flamed out", said the report from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
"Crew and firemen concerned with left engine. Hoses are out.
PR boss Mr Gallagher also took a picture of the left engine from inside the jet.
David, one of 75 passengers on board, took a picture of the less damaged left engine, whose cover was loose, from inside the jet.