Danger At 31,000 Feet.

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  1. La Li Lu Le Lo

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    #1 La Li Lu Le Lo, Jul 11, 2019
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    I can't seem to get the video to post (the link works) but anyway it is a video of the engine inlet cone bouncing around the engine intake while a red hot visible ring is visible to the passenger.
     
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    Already been posted in another thread and discussed for the last 2 days.
     
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    Can I have a link please. I am interested in reading about it.
     
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    Yes sir. It's over in the Delta threads posted by jimntx. He also provided a link to the video. Here's his post below with the link...

     
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    The link you had is based in Facebook. As a rule non-members are not allowed to view anything on the Facebook platform, and I can't swear to this (I'm not a FB member), but I don't think FB allows members to give public access to items on the FB platform.

    And, I have to ask...why did you want to post an item on the American Airlines platform about an engine failure on a Delta Airlines aircraft?
     
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    I did not know what airline it was. The poster gave no info about the video.

    Even if I had known what airline I may have posted it anyway to show the importance of having qualified mechanics do maintenance in the United States.
     
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