Emergency landing for Jetstar flight

first_imgAfter one of its engines failed a Jetstar flight travelling from Bali to Melbourne made an emergency landing at Adelaide airport. The plane touched down in Adelaide a little before 7am, after pilots informed passengers one of its two engines had failed. Carrol O’Neill, a passenger aboard the flight, noticed the plane suddenly descending whilst it was flying over South Australia. “They said we were going to make an emergency landing in Adelaide as one of the engines had failed,” Ms O’Neill said. According to a Jetstar spokesperson, the failed engine “was operating on a low power setting.” Qantas, of whom Jetstar are a subsidiary airline, bought the A330 aircraft in 2008 and transferred it to Jetstar’s fleet only weeks ago.An official report into the incident will be carried out by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.Tlast_img

first_imgAfter one of its engines failed a Jetstar flight travelling from Bali to Melbourne made an emergency landing at Adelaide airport. The plane touched down in Adelaide a little before 7am, after pilots informed passengers one of its two engines had failed. Carrol O’Neill, a passenger aboard the flight, noticed the plane suddenly descending whilst it was flying over South Australia. “They said we were going to make an emergency landing in Adelaide as one of the engines had failed,” Ms O’Neill said. According to a Jetstar spokesperson, the failed engine “was operating on a low power setting.” Qantas, of whom Jetstar are a subsidiary airline, bought the A330 aircraft in 2008 and transferred it to Jetstar’s fleet only weeks ago.An official report into the incident will be carried out by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.Tlast_img

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