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Mixed Reactions Among Nigerians As Air Peace Aircraft Develops Engine Failure Mid Air

Mixed Reactions Among Nigerians As Air Peace Aircraft Develops Engine Failure Mid Air
A major disaster was averted after a serious incident involving a Boeing 737-500 aircraft operated by Air Peace, with registration marks, 5N-BUJ developed engine failure shortly after takeoff.
The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has said it was investigating a serious incident involving a Boeing 737-500 aircraft operated by Air Peace, with registration marks, 5N-BUJ.

Tunji Oketunbi, the General Manager, Public Affairs of the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) said the aircraft, which departed the Murtala Muhammad Airport at 07:35 am local time was en route Owerri from Lagos with 90 passengers and six crew members on board.
From the information from the flight crew to the Air Traffic Control (ATC), there was a engine failure at 07:47 and they made an air return to Lagos, landing safely at 08:06.
There were no casualties.
“The AIB team of safety investigators has commenced an investigation.
Stanley Olisa, the Corporate Communications Executive for the airline, confirmed the incident, but said no life was lost and no one sustained injuries.
According to him,
“Today at about 07:47 local time, our Lagos to Owerri flight, which was already airborne was aborted when the pilot in command noticed a change in the parameter of one of the engines.
“He reported the incident, took precautionary measure and returned to base in line with Air Peace safety operational procedures.
“The aircraft safely landed in Lagos at about 08: 06 local time. There were no injuries as the passengers were safely deboarded from the aircraft.
“The pilot has reported the incident to appropriate authorities.
“Air Peace apologises for the incident and assures its customers and other Nigerians that it continues to maintain a high-safety standard in its operations.”

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