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Does Air France's Near Disaster Point To End Of World's Largest Passenger Plane?

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The double-deck Airbus A380, carrying 497 passengers, suffered a significant engine failure at 37,000 feet passing over Greenland. (www.forbes.com) 更多...

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talbotent
Roy Talbot 4
Would be happier to lose an engine 1 of 4 rather than 1 of 2
linbb
linbb 4
You have to be kidding as similar engine problems have happened before to other types of airliners and they didn't crash. So you need to post for the Enquirer
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 2
Also the first Engine Alliance engine to self destruct while in service.
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 2
What linbb says is true including twin engine aircraft......
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 2
Some of which are still flying today.

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