Incident at Columbia, South Carolina

Summary

1996-02-19: While in cruise flight at 31,000 feet, the flight crew heard a loud bang from the #2 engine. The Captain was unable to obtain normal EPR so the engine was throttled back and an emergency was delcared. The aircraft landed uneventfully at Columbia, South Carolina. It was determined that blue ice from the forward lavatory was ingested by the #2 engine. The engine was changed and sent for repair. Ops. impact -- unknown. 122 S.O.B. From a T.S.B. Initial Notification.

Details


CADORS Number 1994O0132
Occurrence Type Incident
Reported By Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Occurred At 1994-03-01 - 17:50
Day or Night? Day-time
Fatalities 0
Injuries
Aerodrome ID
Aerodrome Name
Geographic Location the United States of America, North America, National Capital Region (NCR), Columbia, South Carolina
TSB Occurrence Number
TSB Class of Investigation
AOR Number
Reported By Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Categories System/component failure or malfunction [powerplant],Other
Events



Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)

Type Aeroplane
 Silhouette image of Aeroplane
Canadian Registration GWPW | Flightaware (Registration) | Flightaware (Tracking) | AvHerald
Foreign Registration
Country of Registration Canada
Occurrence Type Incident
Owner CANADIAN AIRLINES INTERNATIONA
Operator CANADIAN AIRLINES INTERNATIONAL LTD./ LIGNES AERIENNES CANADIEN INTERNATIONAL LTEE (132) Commercial
Make  Silhouette image of BOEING
BOEING
Model 737 275
Year Built 1985
Engine Type Turbo fan
Engine Make PRATT & WHITNEY
Engine Model JT8D-17
Gear Type Land
Private No
Amateur Built No
Flight Number
Flight Rule
CARS Subpart
Phase of Flight Cruise
Damage Unknown
Fatalities 0
Injuries 0
Events Declared emergency/priority,Diversion,Other operational incident,Engine - malfunction

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