The protection investigation into the incident that pressured an Air France A380 to divert to Goose Bay previous Saturday was delegated to the Bureau of Investigation and Evaluation (BEA), the latter said Tuesday evening.
“ Subsequent the incident at the Airbus A380, registered F-HPJE, cruising over Greenland, the Danish civil aviation authorities delegated to the BEA the opening and carry out of the protection investigation “, specifies the BEA
The BEA signifies France, Condition of the operator, the registration and style of the plane.
Investigators from Havarikommissionen, representing Denmark, Condition of Prevalence, NTSB, representing the United States, Motor Makers' Condition, and the TSB, representing Canada, the state where the crew ended up diverted, this protection survey.
4 BEA investigators traveled to Goose Bay on Sunday, Oct 1, accompanied by Airbus and Air France advisers. NTSB investigators, accompanied by Basic Electric, Pratt & Whitney, and TSB engineers, also frequented the internet site.
A fifth BEA investigator traveled to Ottawa to attend the initially examining of the data recorded in the Parameter Recorder (FDR). “ This examining verified the prevalence of the hurt ,” suggests the BEA
The Air France A380, was making the link among Paris and Los Angeles . “He took off from Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport on Saturday 30 September 2017 at 0930 hours (TU), with 497 travellers and 24 crew members on board. Subsequent hurt to the No. four motor though flying over Greenland (Denmark), the crew diverted to Goose Bay Airport (Canada) where it landed at fifteen:forty two (TU) without having more incident “, specifies the BEA
In accordance to the authority, “ hurt to the plane appears to be confined to the No. four motor and its rapid surroundings. The observation of the reactor shows that the enthusiast, the initially rotating element in entrance of the motor, detached in flight, leading to with it the loss of the air inlet “
In accordance to data from Flightradar24, the A380 F-HPJE is still stationary at Goose Bay.
Photo credit: Bureau of Investigation and Evaluation