FAB Força Aérea Brasileira

Brazilian Air Force Jet Engine Catches Fire

Monday, May 27, 2013
By George Hatcher
Brazilian Air Force Jet Engine Catches Fire

On May 26, 2013, a FAB Força Aérea Brasileira Boeing KC-137 (707-324C) developed problems during takeoff from the airport in Port au Prince, Haiti, bound for Manaus. The flight was making a takeoff run when its engine caught on fire. The plane veered off the runway, with the landing gear broken off. Twelve crew... »

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