Discussion: Air Transat Flight 236 - Accident Analysis

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Review the Airbus 330 accident that occurred on 24 August 2001 in Terceira, Azores, Portugal, and share your views on this accident investigation conducted by the Portugal Aviation Accidents Prevention and Investigation Department.

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Accident Investigation Final Report - All Engines-out Landing Due to Fuel Exhaustion (链接到外部网站。)链接到外部网站。

Discussion Questions

Respond to each of the following questions in your discussion post:

  1. What engine systems were associated with this accident?
  2. How was the investigation conducted (e.g., allowing the engine manufacture to participate or consult during the investigation)?
  3. What, if any, Airworthiness Bulletin or Service Bulletin may have been associated with this accident?
  4. What, if any, other investigation techniques would you have performed?
  5. Based on the investigation recommendations, what other recommendations would you consider for the system to prevent another occurrence?

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Running Head: AIRBUS 330 ACCIDENT REVIEW

Airbus 330 Accident Review
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AIRBUS 330 ACCIDENT REVIEW

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Airbus 330 Accident Review
An Airbus 330-243 aircraft was on a flight from Toronto Lester B Pearson Airport,
Canada to Lisbon Airport, Portugal, on August 24, 2001. On board were 293 passengers and 13
crew members. The crew reported that the flight experienced problems after crossing 30 degrees
west, at 5:03. They were able to observe unusual engine oil indications on the right engine
(number 2) which was a Rolls-Royce RB211 Trent 772B. The fuel level decreas...


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