Terrifying Moments as Engine Explodes in Flight, TWICE | Same Engine, Same Problem [Real Audio]
- Published on: 6/18/2020
- Southwest Airlines Flight 3472 was a passenger flight operating between New Orleans and Orlando. On August 27, 2016, the Boeing 737 was climbing through 31,000 feet when the aircraft's number one CFM56-7 engine suffered an uncontained engine failure. Almost two years later, Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 experienced a similar uncontained engine failure after departing from New York–LaGuardia en route to Dallas. Find out what happened.
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