Delta B752 near Salt Lake City on Apr 1st 2013, engine trouble

Last Update: April 3, 2013 / 21:03:06 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Apr 1, 2013

Classification
Incident

Flight number
DL-2312

Aircraft Registration
N699DL

Aircraft Type
Boeing 757-200

ICAO Type Designator
B752

A Delta Airlines Boeing 757-200, registration N699DL performing flight DL-2312 from Salt Lake City,UT to Anchorage,AK (USA), was climbing out of Salt Lake City when the crew reported problems with an engine (PW2037). While climbing through FL250 the aircraft was cleared to climb to FL340 on pilot's discretion, the crew responded they would descend back to FL250 for a second. The aircraft continued on FL250 towards Anchorage for about 10 minutes then the crew decided to return to Salt Lake City advising the left hand engine was reduced in power and requesting emergency services on stand by as a precaution. The aircraft landed safely on Salt Lake City's runway 16R about 40 minutes after aborting the climb and descending back to FL250.

A passenger reported an "odd engine sound" during the climb out of Salt Lake City, about 30 minutes later the captain announced there were engine problems and they were returning to Salt Lake City. A replacement Boeing 757-200 delivered them to Anchorage with a delay of 2.5 hours.
Aircraft Registration Data
Registration mark
N699DL
Country of Registration
United States
Date of Registration
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Manufacturer
BOEING
Aircraft Model / Type
757-232
Number of Seats
ICAO Aircraft Type
B752
Year of Manufacture
Serial Number
Aircraft Address / Mode S Code (HEX)
Engine Count
Engine Manufacturer
Engine Model
Engine Type
Pounds of Thrust
Main Owner
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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Apr 1, 2013

Classification
Incident

Flight number
DL-2312

Aircraft Registration
N699DL

Aircraft Type
Boeing 757-200

ICAO Type Designator
B752

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