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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 173054
Last updated: 19 September 2019
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Type:Silhouette image of generic AT72 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
ATR 72-500 (72-212A)
Owner/operator:Flybe, opb Stobart Air
Registration: EI-REM
C/n / msn: 760
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants:
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Minor
Location:Münster-Osnabrück Airport (FMO/EDDG) -   Germany
Phase: Initial climb
Nature:International Scheduled Passenger
Departure airport:Münster-Osnabrück (FMO/EDDG)
Destination airport:Southend Airport (SEN/EGMC)
Investigating agency: BFU Germany
Flybe flight BE6031 departed from Münster-Osnabrück Airport, Germany at 14:22 on a flight to Southend Airport, England. Shortly after takeoff, while climbing through 1200 feet, the captain heard a loud bang on the left side of the aircraft.
The nr.1 engine (PW127F) parameters fluctuated and the crew put the left hand engine power lever in the flight idle position. Then the 'Eng No.1 Master Warning' showed up. The crew actioned the “Engine fire at take-off“ emergency checklist and shut down the engine. They then fired both extinguishing bottles.
The ATR-72 aircraft climbed to 3000 feet and the crew worked through all necessary checklists before it was vectored for a landing on runway 07 at Münster-Osnabrück Airport. The controller later cleared the flight for an instrument approach to runway 25.
The aircraft landed safely.
There were no traces of fire on the exterior of the engine. The inside did show traces of fire, along with a broken exhaust pipe.



Photo of EI-REM courtesy

Manchester - International (EGCC / MAN)
5 March 2013; (c) Mick Bajcar

Revision history:

16-Jan-2015 21:47 harro Added

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