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Photo ID: 1668255
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Boeing 767-223/ER
Newark - Liberty International (EWR / KEWR)
USA - New Jersey, May 1990
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) Happier days for this bird...W/O B/U after a catastrophic engine failure & fire during a maintenance procedure..LAX 6/02/06
Robert M. Campbell
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Photo ID: 1587469
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Sao Paulo - Guarulhos International (Cumbica) (GRU / SBGR)
Brazil, June 1991
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) Nearing departure time back to KMIA, viewed from GRU´s then open viewing deck. AAL had a single daily presence back then, operated by 762´s. N330AA has now been broken up following an engine run-up that went all wrong.
Carlos A. Morillo Doria
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Photo ID: 1563878
Views: 47369
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, February 13, 2008
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) After a huge explosion parts of the left engine hit the bottom side of the plane and destroyed the fuselage. There were holes in the concrete discovered several feet away which were caused by this accident. Today this 767 is used as scrapyard and will never fly out of LAX again on its own in one piece.
Bjoern Schmitt - World-of-aviation
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Photo ID: 1495074
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, October 30, 2007
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) The left engine exploded during a test run. The photo shows 1) how the explosion affected aircraft's skin 2) how the skin was laid out. The aircraft was scrapped in late 2008.
Allen Yao
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Photo ID: 1495071
Views: 7986
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, October 2007
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) This photo shows how paint was deteriorated without proper maintenance. The left engine of this aircraft exploded during a test run. The aircraft was stored at LAX when the photo was taken.
Allen Yao
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Photo ID: 1421537
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, November 8, 2008
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) One of the very last pictures we will see of this plane, as she was cut up today. On the left the jaws of doom rip a massive piece of aluminum from the upper fuselage, having already dispatched the wings, and the mid portion of what once was business class. She will be hauled off in trucks to the furnace for smelting. Farewell...
Tim Wagenknecht
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Photo ID: 1288282
Views: 88252
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Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, October 2007
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) The left engine exploded during a test run. Really sad to see her still sitting in LAX.
Allen Yao
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Photo ID: 1088596
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, July 2006
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) N330AA looking a little cleaner after a scrub-down. But the charred remains can still be seen under the wing. The most impressive part of the wreckage to me was the buzzsaw cut where a piece of one of the turbine disk 'departed' the engine and sliced through and impacted the other engine. Next Stop for this handicapped bird: Mojave, CA!
Adam Wright
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Photo ID: 1068806
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, June 15, 2006
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) Parked inside a hangar at LAX following a spectacular engine failure and fire while conducting an engine test on June 2, 2006. Look at the flap just to the left of the engine mount and you can see how warped the flap became from the extreme heat. Funny though, the aircraft rests on brand new tires.
Michael Carter
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Photo ID: 1059747
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, June 2, 2006
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) 12:30:22. The day is hazy and hot. I was taking photos to the Air New Zealand's 747-400 ZK-SUJ, when in the background I saw a big explosion in the engine number 1. It was the American's 767 N330AA. At the time of the explosion, the aircraft engines were running while the plane was parked near to the AA hangar. [Canon 20D + Sigma 50-500]
Gustavo Bertran - Iberian Spotters
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Photo ID: 1059746
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Boeing 767-223/ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, June 2, 2006
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N330AA (cn 22330/166) 12:33:14. Explosion and fire at LAX airport. Firemen extinguished the fire in only two minutes and with nobody injured. [Canon 20D + Canon 50-500]
Gustavo Bertran - Iberian Spotters
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