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Topic: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: fcogafa
Posted 2013-07-27 09:56:22 and read 7189 times.

I have heard nothing of G-EUOE, the BAW A319 involved in the engine cover detatchment in May. Also, Airframes.org has not noted it flying since. Is the aircraft being repaired or is it a write off?

[Edited 2013-07-27 10:13:08]

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: iMissPiedmont
Posted 2013-07-27 09:59:10 and read 7182 times.

I have never heard of an aircraft being scrapped for a nacelle failing off.

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: GCT64
Posted 2013-07-27 10:12:30 and read 7105 times.

While it seems unlikely to be a write-off (why would it be?), it hasn't made any flights recently.
Perhaps the aircraft is still being examined ... but again this also seems unlikely.

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: gkirk
Posted 2013-07-27 12:17:36 and read 6833 times.

Still out of service for a couple of months more at least.

Quoting iMissPiedmont (Reply 1):
I have never heard of an aircraft being scrapped for a nacelle failing off.

There was more damage than that :S

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: pegasus1
Posted 2013-07-27 12:52:06 and read 6711 times.

Quoting fcogafa (Thread starter):
I have heard nothing of G-EUOE, the BAW A319 involved in the engine cover detatchment in May. Also, Airframes.org has not noted it flying since. Is the aircraft being repaired or is it a write off?

I don't know how post the link to the original thread, but this was discussed recently and a detailed answer to your question provided by TristarSteve.

If you search for the following phrase:

"When Is G-EUOE Due Back In Service?" you'll find the original post and the subsequent discussion.

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: Aesma
Posted 2013-07-27 12:52:10 and read 6711 times.

Did the nacelles impact something ? Or are the engines damaged and it's not worth it to put spare ones on, just repair these on the wings ?

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: pegasus1
Posted 2013-07-27 12:58:59 and read 6673 times.

Quoting pegasus1 (Reply 4):
a detailed answer to your question provided by TristarSteve.

Correcting myself, as I already, even after a few seconds, seem unable to edit my post, the 'detailed answer' I seem to remember appears to have disappeared!

Just a brief answer appears now from Tristarsteve, but the aircraft is indeed still under repair... 

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: shuttle9juliet
Posted 2013-07-28 00:54:34 and read 5662 times.

It's still in the hanger with no engines and a temporary fence around it.

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: bluesky73
Posted 2013-07-28 02:08:49 and read 5083 times.

I asked this question a few weeks back. Link below includes AAIB report and also feedback from TristarSteve.

When Is G-EUOE Due Back In Service? (by bluesky73 Jul 10 2013 in Civil Aviation)

Looks like G-EUOE won't be back for a while.

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: pegasus1
Posted 2013-07-28 06:20:55 and read 3529 times.

Quoting bluesky73 (Reply 8):
I asked this question a few weeks back. Link below includes AAIB report and also feedback from TristarSteve.

When Is G-EUOE Due Back In Service? (by bluesky73 Jul 10 2013 in Civil Aviation)

Yes, sorry, bluesky73, I meant to mention you in the credits for the post when I quoted your opening question.

Will be good to see her back in the air...  

Topic: RE: Status Of G-EUOE
Username: bluesky73
Posted 2013-07-28 11:07:30 and read 2074 times.

No worries pegasus1, thought i'd attach the link again as it had AAIB report which listed damage to G-EUOE as it wasn't just the engines damaged.

http://www.aaib.gov.uk/cms_resources...?file=/AAIB%20S3-2013%20G-EUOE.pdf


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