Narrative:Climbing through 800 feet after takeoff from Newark, the crew noticed a yellow caution light on the vibration monitor for the no. 2 engine. After levelling off at 1000 feet the vibration warning ceased, but there was a brief low oil pressure caution warning which lit up again while climbing through 6000 feet. At. FL145 the no. 2 engine suffered an uncontained failure. Three (A,B and C) of the four hydraulic systems failed. The aircraft immediately diverted to New York-JFK Airport.
powerplant - compressor assembly: bearing,rotor shaft
miscellaneous acts,conditions - lack of lubrication-specific part,not system
miscellaneous acts,conditions - overheated
miscellaneous acts,conditions - leak/leakage
miscellaneous acts,conditions - fire in engine
miscellaneous acts,conditions - material failure
miscellaneous - foreign object damage
personnel - production-design-personnel: poor/inadequate design
complete power loss - complete engine failure/flameout-2 engines
» Flight International 10 October 1981
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Distance from Newark International Airport, NJ to San Juan-Isla Verde International Airport as the crow flies is 2577 km (1610 miles).