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Japan investigates Jetstar Boeing 787 abnormal behaviour during decent to Osaka-Kansai Airport

Christian Fernsby |
At approximately 15,000 feet during descent into Kansai International Airport, Osaka, Japan, the flight crew of Jetstar Airways flight JQ15 received an engine thrust warning on the number 2 engine, which subsequently started to surge.

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The crew then received an engine fail indication on the number 1 engine, without any shift in parameters indicating any engine power loss.

That warning was followed by an engine fail warning on the number 2 engine.

The number 2 engine auto relight activated and the engine continued to surge during the descent.

The incident occurred on 29 March, 2019.

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