British Airways flight had ALL engines fail due to volcanic ash - and SURVIVED

British Airways flight had ALL engines fail due to volcanic ash - and SURVIVED
 

Volcanic ash previously caused chaos to millions of passengers after the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland erupted in 2010, with another threatening to erupt imminently.
A British Airways flight was also affected by volcanic ash in 1982, which caused all four engines to fail.
This then meant that the plane was flying with no working engines, after flying over Mount Galunggung during a journey from Malaysia to Australia.
Amazingly, everyone onboard survived.
The five-hour journey that took place on June 24 first realised something was wrong after smoke was seen coming from the vents in the... read more

 
7 November 2017 in Travel, Views: 45
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