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Controls aircraft engines after horrorvlucht

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PARIS – European and American aviation authorities have noodinspecties proclaimed to the jet engines of the type that Tuesday failed on a flight from Southwest Airlines.

The American FAA and the European EASA have airlines twenty days the time given to the turbine blades of almost seven hundred engines to check.

In an airplane of Southwest Airlines, a Boeing 737, broke during a scheduled flight in the US a turbineblad. By the flying metal broke a window. A woman died after she partially to the outside was sucked. The pilot was the passenger eventually land it safely in Philadelphia.

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