British Airways A319 at London on Mar 6th 2014, engine surge
Last Update: March 7, 2014 / 15:10:42 GMT/Zulu time
The flight was cancelled.
The airline reported the engine suffered an engine surge. The passengers were taken to hotels and have been rebooked onto flights the following day.
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