Engine failure panics 254 on board Cathay Pacific flight

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Old 26-Sep-2015
Post Engine failure panics 254 on board Cathay Pacific flight

A Cathay Pacific flight from Australia to Hong Kong carrying 254 passengers was diverted to Indonesia due to an engine fault that sent flame streaming from a wing and caused panic on board. The twin-engine Airbus A330 departed the Perth Thursday shortly before midnight and was diverted to Bali due to an “engine defect”, the Hong Kong-based airline said in a statement. Flight CX170 landed safely, the airline said. No one was injured. AP
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