Chinese aircraft emergency landing due to hole in the turbine

Chinese aircraft emergency landing due to hole in the turbine

Moscow. June 12. INTERFAX.RU — the Airbus A330 of China Eastern made an emergency landing in Sydney due to problems with the engine, reported The Guardian.

Airliner pilots were forced to return about an hour after takeoff because the cabin began a strong noise. After landing revealed that the left turbine formed a big hole.

#ChinaEastern flight #MU736 returns after engine fault detected after take-off from Sydney, no casualties https://t.co/8S7j3p3nvX pic.twitter.com/txkuxpMLwM

— China Xinhua News (@XHNews) June 11, 2017

UPDATE: @ChinaEasternNA #MU736 SYD-PVG suffered serious engine failure after takeoff from @SydneyAirport.
Pic: @[email protected]_NEWS24 pic.twitter.com/1ig8ebtv2Z

— Shastitaren (@Shastitaren4) 11 Jun 2017

As a result of incident nobody has suffered. Causes of damage are still unknown.

The plane carried out flight Sydney — Shanghai.

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