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Last updated: 18 November 2018
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Date:dimanche 26 août 2018
Heure:15:46
Type/Sous-type:Silhouette image of generic B763 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
Boeing 767-333ER (WL)
Compagnie:Air Canada Rouge
Immatriculation: C-FMWV
Numéro de série: 25586/599
Année de Fabrication: 1995-11-21 (22 years 9 months)
Moteurs: 2 Pratt & Whitney PW4060
Equipage:victimes: 0 / à bord: 8
Passagers:victimes: 0 / à bord: 257
Total:victimes: 0 / à bord: 265
Dégats de l'appareil: Substantiels
Conséquences: Repaired
Lieu de l'accident:31 km (19.4 milles) N of Vancouver International Airport, BC (YVR) (   Canada)
Phase de vol: En vol (ENR)
Nature:Transport de Passagers Intern.
Aéroport de départ:Vancouver International Airport, BC (YVR/CYVR), Canada
Aéroport de destination:Dublin Airport (DUB/EIDW), Irlande
Numéro de vol:1940
Détails:
A Boeing 767-300 aircraft operated by Air Canada Rouge, was conducting flight ROU1940 from Vancouver, Canada to Dublin, Ireland with 8 crew members and 257 passengers on board. As the aircraft was climbing through 10000 feet shortly after the departure from Vancouver, the flight crew heard a loud bang coming from the number 2 engine (Pratt & Whitney PW4060-3), associated with a power loss and abnormal engine indications. The number 2 engine was brought to idle, and a MAYDAY was declared. The flight subsequently returned to Vancouver where an overweight landing was executed with ARFF on standby. There were no injuries. Following the landing, the Vancouver Airport Authorities detected debris on runway 08R/26L, and closed it to clean it up.
An initial visual inspection of the engine revealed extensive damage to the aft-most turbine blades. The inboard aileron and the fuselage just aft of the baggage door were punctured by debris exiting the engine exhaust duct. The engine was sent to the manufacturer for teardown and inspection.
The damage was limited to the Low Pressure Turbine (LPT) section, from the stage 4 vanes to the stage 6 turbine blades.

Sources:
» TSB A18P0119


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Ce plan montre l'aéroport de départ ainsi que la supposée destination du vol. La ligne fixe reliant les deux aéroports n'est pas le plan de vol exact.
La distance entre Vancouver International Airport, BC et Dublin Airport est de 7113 km (4446 miles).

Les informations ci-dessus ne représentent pas l'opinion de la 'Flight Safety Foundation' ou de 'Aviation Safety Network' sur les causes de l'accident. Ces informations prélimimaires sont basées sur les faits tel qu'ils sont connus à ce jour.
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