The remains of an engine from an Air France Airbus A380 have been recovered from an icy desert in Greenland—and investigators hope the parts will provide clues to an "incredibly rare" midflight engine explosion last weekend. France's BEA air accident agency says the flight's data recorder helped pinpoint the...
By Tim Hepher PARIS (Reuters) - France's air accident investigation agency said on Tuesday it would lead the probe into an engine explosion that prompted the emergency landing of an Air France A380 superjumbo in Canada with over 500 people on board on Saturday. Show More Summary
A recent engine blowout on an Air France Airbus A380 left it with only three of four engines. The plane made it safely to land. But imagine if three engines blew out. Would the plane have crashed? As it turns out, the aircraft can still fly with only one engine. Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - Air accident investigators from both sides of the Atlantic are struggling to decide who should lead a probe into an engine explosion that forced an Air France A380 to make an emergency landing in Canada, people familiar with the matter said.
On Saturday, an Airbus A380 bound for Los Angeles suffered a mid-flight engine explosion and was forced to land in a remote part of eastern Canada.
Air France AF66 – Airbus A380 Paris (CDG) / Los Angles (LAX) Cabine La Première – Siège 3L Mercredi 2 août 2017 ___________________________ La ligne est très connue sur The Travelers Club puisque reportée a minima une fois par an, en cabine La Première. Show More Summary
Commentary: Passengers on an Air France flight look out the window and see that one of the plane's engines has been mysteriously wrecked.
How do you get 500 passengers stranded in Goose Bay, Canada on an A380 out? Air France AF66 diverted yesterday and the company pulled in a pair of plans (and planes) to make it happen. The post Rebooking from Goose Bay: AF66 recovery efforts appeared first on Wandering Aramean.
Highlights and headlines from around the web: The engine of an Air France A380 headed from Paris to Los Angeles exploded 5 hours into the flight on Saturday. Fortunately the plane was able to land safely in Goose Bay 2 hours later! Just got this pic from friend aboard the Air France CDG to LAX flight […]
An Air France A380 superjumbo carrying more than 500 people made an emergency landing in Canada on Saturday after suffering "serious damage" to one of its engines. No injuries were reported.
An Airbus A380 flying as Air France 066 between Paris and Los Angeles had an engine cowling blown out yesterday and the plane was diverted to Canada's Goose Bay airport. Everything worked out fine except for a horrible stripped off engine The post Air France A380 Engine Cowling blows over Atlantic; lands safely appeared first on Live from a Lounge.
An Air France A380 superjumbo carrying more than 500 people made an emergency landing in Canada on Saturday after suffering "serious damage" to one of its engines, with passengers recounting hearing a loud bang followed by violent shaking. Show More Summary
Airbus plane taking 520 people from Paris to Los Angeles was diverted to Goose Bay, Newfoundland, following ‘serious damage’ to engine An Air France A380 superjumbo jetliner taking more than 500 people from Paris to Los Angeles madeShow More Summary
An Air France A380 superjumbo jetliner taking more than 500 people from Paris to Los Angeles made an emergency landing in Canada on Saturday following "serious damage" to one of its four engines, the airline said. "Flight 066 landedShow More Summary
An Air France A380 has made an emergency landing in Goose Bay, Canada this afternoon after one of its engines blew during flight. The aircraft was enroute from Paris to Los Angeles, when the incident occurred. Per the New York Times,...Show More Summary
An Air France flight en route from Paris to Los Angeles made an emergency landing in Goose Bay, Canada after its engine blew out over the Atlantic Ocean Saturday. The Airbus A380 left Charles de Gaulle Airport Saturday morning and landed around 1:40 p.m. Show More Summary
Iran's national carrier, Iran Air, has completed an order for 100 planes with French-based Airbus valued at around 19 billion euros. The deal does not include any of Airbus' flagship A380 airliners, the largest passenger plane in the world.
Spoiler alert: the Air France first class ground experience in Paris is divine. As long time readers will know, I had the chance to use the Air France First Class Lounge Paris in December 2013, after getting off an Air France A380 first...Show More Summary
Thanks to Delta, I found a smashing deal to fly an Airbus A380 for the first time, and not in economy! My wife and I were married late last year, but postponed our honeymoon because we wanted to visit Europe during the warmer months. Show More Summary
An Air France A380 stranded passengers in Manchester for nearly 7 hours. The New York – Paris flight carrying 460 people suffered a 4 hour de-icing delay on departure. As a result of the four hour delay, crew exceeded their maximum flying hours. Show More Summary