Incident at 100 nm west of Goose Bay, NL (CYYR)
2014-12-15: UPDATE - Aviation Incident Report 13209 (Goose Bay Airport): A mechanical emergency was declared due to the right side engine with high pressure shut down to idle. The aircraft landed without incident. Passengers were deplaned and bussed to a location to be held and clear customs while a rescue aircraft was enroute with an estimated time of arrival of 1800 hrs to transport the passengers to their destination. Passengers were to go through pre-board screening before enplaning the rescue aircraft.
2014-12-15: UPDATE TSB Report A13A0091: The United Airlines Boeing 757-200, registration N14121, was operating as UAL153 on a flight from Stuttgart, Germany to Newark, NJ. While in cruise flight the crew received a number 2 engine overheat indication and EICAS message along with a right engine bleed duct message. Number 2 engine (Rolls-Royc RB211 series) power was reduced to idle and the overheat message extinguished. The crew then declared an emergency and carried out contingency procedures to divert to Goose Bay, NL (CYYR). The flight landed at CYYR without incident while ARFF stood by. Company maintenance replaced both the HP2 and HP6 valve and duct assemblies on the number 2 engine due to the pneumatic leaks found.
2014-12-15: A United Airlines Inc. Boeing 757 224 (N14121 / UAL153) from Stuttgart, Germany (EDDS) to Newark, NJ (KEWR) advised of an engine failure and declared a MAYDAY. The flight carried out contingency procedures to divert to Goose Bay, NL (CYYR). The flight was cleared to CYYR and landed without incident at 1513Z.
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