Yep, this afternoon. There was an engine problem on an FR 737. The crew chose to close down that engine and descend to "safe altitude" since reserve cabin pressure is no longer present with on engine inop.
It was a brand new 737-800.
Plane landed eventlessly at Aarhus, Denmark (also called Tirstrup Airport) which incidentally also is a busy Ryanair destination.
The 105 passengers were kept on board after landing. It must indicate that it was an easy fix, probably a loose fire indicator wire or such.
Read ten lines (Danish language) at http://www.jp.dk/dbp/internetavisen/indland/artikel&art_id=3598552
- thanks to Jyllands Posten, a major Danish newspaper.
Good thing that airliners have (at least) two engines.
Regards, Preben Norholm