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BA crash landing at Heathrow

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A British Airways plane has crash landed at Heathrow Airport, hitting the ground several hundred yards short of the runway and narrowly missing a busy road. There are significant delays at the airport. (news.sky.com) さらに...

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weyburn
weyburn 0
Congratulations to the Pilot and Crew
GermanVirgins
have they determined why the engines shut off?
GermanVirgins
have they determined why the engines shut off?
erniekovacs
not a pilot or ever been one but when both engines cut off at the same time sure seems like a crew error.
chrisjames
chrisjames 0
I would disagree to that, but who knows.
XtCamZ
XtCamZ 0
Sounds like the engines weren't getting fuel. I'd put money on it.
BLACKF0X
BLACKF0X 0
Any landing. There may have been a computer glitch that cut fuel feed to both engines but that seems like long odds considering the backups.
GermanVirgins
ya..i have heard that the engines automatically went in reverse thrust because there was a altitude malufunction with the onboard computer...but was just wondering if there was anything official yet.
jetmech072
jetmech072 0
With twin controlled FADEC's per engine, Id bet on XtCamZ comment. And by the way, the revesers cant deploy in flight due to the flight idle gate. That has nothing to due with the FADEC's ( or computer ) GermanVirgins
ke0az
Of course the engines weren't getting fuel... that's the only way to stop a jet engine!
ISide
ISide 0
Ever heard of a flameout ?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flameout

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