after take-off from Atlanta, the aircraft's left engine experienced an uncontained failure of the stage 1 High Pressure Turbine (HPT). The airplane returned safely and made a precautionary landing. After further examination of the engine, it was determined that the 'HPT' disk blade retention lug had separated because of a low cycle fatigue fracture. Both a service bulletin, PW2000 A72-592, and an Airworthiness Directive, TAD 97-11-51T, were issued to address this problem in this and other Pratt & Whitney engines.
at San Juan in 1998 Delta Air Lines c/s with "Delta Air Lines" titles.
bt Wilmington Trust Company.
rgd to Wilmington Trust Company.
at Philadelphia in 2007 Delta Air Lines c/s with "Delta" titles (repainted after 17/12/2007).
bt Delta Air Lines Inc.
rgd to Delta Air Lines Inc.
last service: ?-Atlanta; ferried Atlanta-Victorville; withdrawn from use.
bt AAR Parts Trading Inc., Wood Dale, IL.
rgd to AAR Parts Trading Inc., Wood Dale, IL.
at Victorville in basic Delta Air Lines c/s.
at Victorville; still present.
scrapping completed as there are no reports of the aircraft being present after 25/04/2010.
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