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  • In Pictures Airbus engine failure

    Technicians examine the damaged engine of Qantas Airways Airbus A380 passenger plane QF32 after it was forced to make an emergency landing at Changi airport in Singapore on Nov. 4. The aircraft landed safely after experiencing engine trouble in one of the most serious incidents for the world's largest passenger plane in its three years of commercial flight. Australian officials said no one on board was injured.

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  • Qantas A380 engine emergency casts scrutiny on Airbus superjumbo jets

    Qantas A380 engine emergency casts scrutiny on Airbus superjumbo jets

    An Airbus A380 operated by Qantas blew out an engine shortly after taking off from Singapore Thursday in the most serious incident involving the world’s biggest jetliner since its launch in 2007.

  • In Pictures Airbus engine failure

    Technicians examine the damaged engine of Qantas Airways Airbus A380 passenger plane QF32 after it was forced to make an emergency landing at Changi airport in Singapore on Nov. 4. The aircraft landed safely after experiencing engine trouble in one of the most serious incidents for the world's largest passenger plane in its three years of commercial flight. Australian officials said no one on board was injured.