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Boeing 737-700 (N766SW)
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Boeing 737-700 (N766SW)

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andré belleau
What happened to this engine?
andré belleau
Bonjour Roy un gros merci pour le lien sur les informations pour les dommages sur le moteur gauche du Boeing 737 de Southwest. Cet avion ne volera pas pour un certain temps.
Mes salutations et bon vol.
Roy Hunte
Actually André, it is back in the air now. At the time of this comment it is on its way from Orlando (KMCO) to Indianapolis (KIND). Cheers!
andré belleau
Bonjour Roy encore merci,très heureux de savoir que ce Boeing 737 est encore en service,c'est un superbe avion qui a fait ses preuves de fiabilité.
Mes salutations À+ Bon vol. 🇨🇦
André Le commandant ✈️
Tyler CookPhoto Uploader
The engine cowling had torn off and been sucked into the engine... but SWA got this beauty back in the air in no time!
hank jackson
1 fan blade came off and took the nose cowl out.
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