United Airlines B752 at Boston on Nov 16th 2021, small APU fire on ground
Last Update: November 17, 2021 / 08:25:36 GMT/Zulu time
A United Airlines Boeing B757-200, registration N13138 at Boston-Logan International Airport (KBOS) encountered a small fire within the area of the APU, the auxiliary power unit, in the tail section of the aircraft. No passengers were on board and the flames were extinguished quickly. The aircraft was planned to head to San Francisco but the flight was cancelled. The aircraft has been removed from service.
United Airlines Boeing 757-200 (N13138, built 1999) was parked at the gate at Boston-Logan Intl AP (KBOS), MA when a small fire erupted in the auxiliary power unit, tail-end area. Airport fire service quickly extiguished the flames and no one was harmed.https://t.co/7uSMxGnfs2 pic.twitter.com/GFD1URxQ5j— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) November 16, 2021
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