FlySafe

07/05/2018
EASA Directiva Aeronavegabilidad B737 (600 a 900)
EASA ha lanzado una Directiva de Aeronavegabilidad debido a fracturas en las palas del fan en motores de los fabricantes SAFRAN-SNECMA, Francia, y General Electric, Estados Unidos; afecta principalmente a aviones Boeing B737-600, 700, 800, y 900.

SAFRAN Aircraft Engines, formerly SNECMA (France); General Electric Aircraft Engines (United States) 
Boeing B737-600, 700, 800, y 900 are mainly affected.


An occurrence was reported of fan blade failure on a CFM56-7B engine. The released fan blade was initially contained by the engine case, but there was subsequent uncontained forward release of debris and separation of the inlet cowl. Preliminary investigation determined that the event was due to a fracture in the blade, which had initiated from the fan blade dovetail. 

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