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Norwegian Boeing 787 Engine Parts Fall From Sky Onto Italian Town

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One person, 25 vehicles and 12 houses were hit by falling debris from a Boeing 787-8 as it made an emergency return to Rome's Fiumicino airport this weekend. The Norwegian flight DY-7115 was scheduled to fly from Rome to Los Angeles but encountered technical problems shortly after take-off. (www.forbes.com) Más...

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stansdds
This is not a Boeing problem, this was an engine problem and Boeing does not make engines. Investigators will need to determine if the engine failure was the result of a faulty part or a lack of proper inspection and maintenance.
jbqwik
jbqwik 2
Yes. Except, perceptually this will be seen as another Boeing 'problem'; the general public isn't aware that aircraft manufacturers outsource the engines for technical reasons.
nasdisco
Chris B 2
Ok so the engine broke apart. Pilots are trained for that. I've flown Norwegian, its not my favorite airline.
Trent 1000 issues are known, but this failure raises questions as to whether the mandated inspection regime for these engines was followed.
patpylot
patrick baker 3
technically all the engine parts are supposed to remain within the engine......
Bernie20910
Bernie Behling 7
Or at least fly in close formation with it.
jbqwik
jbqwik 1
LOL. good one!
linbb
linbb -6
And technically people should think before they post but...…………..oh well troll
patpylot
patrick baker 2
Norwegian has a high utilization rate- turnarounds one after another between europe and north american destinations. Fifteen plus hours day after day is what they fly their 787's.
UU539771
mark robinson 1
15 hours utilisation a day is definitely not high!!!
plausipo
Po Lau 1
Trent 1000 gives me goose bumps, ruptured pipe, pre-mature IPT blades fracture ... what are the economical and technical impacts in swapping them out?
chalet
chalet 1
I hear that RR is being visited by some lawyers specialized in tort and product quality related issues. MMMMM, interesting
sgbelverta
sharon bias 1
Whether it's a car or plane, spitting out parts behind you while moving is not desirable.For better or worse, the general public see's you have a problem. Right now, the only thing people are seeing is the name Boeing. Boeing needs to step up and clear their name.
williambaker08
william baker 1
Someone correct me if im wrong but dont some of the parts like a internal compressor or turbine blades???

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linbb
linbb -5
No just people like you who think so.

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