A220/CSeries SWISS Engine Shut Down in Flight on September 8, 2018
September 8, 2018 - by By Simon Hradecky
A Swiss International Airlines Bombardier CSeries CS-300 (aka Airbus A220-300), registration HB-JCJ performing flight LX-1249 from Stockholm (Sweden) to Zurich (Switzerland), had been enroute at FL390 and was in the initial descent through about FL330 when the crew declared PAN PAN reporting they had needed to shut the left hand engine (PW1524) down due to low oil pressure...
Same incident happened to airBaltic on 5th August...
SWISS #LX1249 Stockholm to Zurich (Airbus A220-300 HB-JCJ) squawked 7700 General Emergency near Stuttgart, landed on Runway not in use 16 & requested port engine inspection by FS. Inspection continued on-stand. Now on Cam 4: https://t.co/bIsIHNhlSm pic.twitter.com/siOL3Ym6sE
— Airport Webcams (@AirportWebcams) September 8, 2018
(An Air Baltic Bombardier C-Series CS-300 (aka Airbus A220), registration YL-CSE performing flight BT-732 from Riga (Latvia) to Baku (Azerbaidjan), had just levelled off at cruise FL360 when the crew decided to shut the right hand engine (PW1524) down due to a low oil pressure indication and to return to Riga, where the aircraft landed safely on runway 18 about 45 minutes after leaving FL360.
A replacement CS-300 registration YL-CSG reached Baku with a delay of 5:20 hours.)
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