Bon, ça se confirme chez crash Aérien, et Aviation Herald, je n'étais pas trop à l'aise , tout reposant sur une info "Twitter"
Donc le moteur même pas coupé ... légère sur-conso pour qq heures !
Moindre mal peut être côté turbine, cela à du dégénérer progressivement, mais les dégâts sont impressionnants !
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Incident: British Airways B772 near Amsterdam on Jun 15th 2010, multiple technical problems, engine damage
By Simon Hradecky, created Tuesday, Jun 15th 2010 11:42Z, last updated Tuesday, Jun 15th 2010 12:30Z
A British Airways Boeing 777-200, registration G-YMMP performing flight BA-16 from Singapore (Singapore) to London Heathrow,EN (UK), was enroute at FL380 overhead Germany just about entering Netherlands when the crew decided to divert to Amsterdam, a few minutes later the crew declared PAN reporting multiple technical problems increasing in number and severity, the crew being unable to pinpoint any specific issues. At the same time the crew reported being low on fuel having about 40 minutes endurance left. The crew requested a long final to be able to configure the airplane early. The airplane proceeded towards Amsterdam, where the aircraft landed safely on runway 27 about 25 minutes later.
After landing it was found, that the right hand engine (Trent 895) suffered substantial damage around the turbine and outlet area, both engines had however produced thrust until landing with some higher fuel burn. The engine damage is believed to have happened about 5 hours prior to landing.