Jal Engine Fire In 2017 Caused By Metal Fatigue

JAL engine fire in 2017 caused by metal fatigue

The Japan Transport Safety Board has determined that an engine fire on a Japan Airlines flight two years ago was caused by metal fatigue.

The fire was detected in the left engine of the Boeing 777 bound for New York shortly after it took off from Tokyo's Haneda Airport. The plane made an emergency landing at Haneda about an hour later.