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Sentences forQantas Flight 32

  • This followed an incident in November 2010 in which an engine disintegrated in flight causing Qantas Flight 32 to make an emergency landing in Singapore.Rolls-Royce Holdings-Wikipedia
  • During repairs following the Qantas Flight 32 engine failure incident, cracks were discovered in wing fittings.Airbus A380-Wikipedia
  • On 4 November 2010, an uncontained engine failure (explosion) occurred in a Trent 972-84 powered Airbus A380-842 (Registration VH-OQA) of Qantas Flight QF32 while en route from Singapore to Sydney.Rolls-Royce Trent-Wikipedia
  • The success of the Qantas Flight 32 flight has been attributed to teamwork and CRM skills.Crew resource management-Wikipedia
  • On 4 November 2010, Qantas Flight 32 issued a pan-pan when one of its four engines suffered an uncontained engine failure shortly after take-off in a flight from Singapore to Sydney.Pan-pan-Wikipedia
  • This aircraft was operating flight QF32 when it suffered a serious uncontained engine failure after takeoff from Singapore in 2010; coincidentally, Walton wrote the first officer's reference when he first joined Qantas as a pilot.Nancy Bird Walton-Wikipedia

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