What Happened To The Engine on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380?
- Published on: 4/18/2018
- At 10:43am on April 17, Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 took off from New York's LaGuardia Airport bound for Dallas with 143 passengers aboard. But just over 20 minutes into the flight, the left engine of the Boeing 737-700 exploded, blowing off its cowling. Debris shattered a passenger window, fatally injuring a woman seated next to it. With the cabin rapidly decompressing and an engine gone, the crew immediately began a descent, diverting toward Philadelphia for an emergency landing.
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