Zimbabwe B732 at Harare on Aug 6th 2014, engine trouble
Last Update: August 8, 2014 / 20:59:07 GMT/Zulu time
The airline confirmed a problem with the instruments of the engine, a sensor needed to be replaced.
Passengers reported the crew had to abort engine start prior to departure, engineers were called and did some work, the aircraft departed afterwards but needed to return after about 20 minutes. The crew indicated after landing back in Harare that an engine had failed.
Some reports state a Boeing 767-200 registration Z-WPE performed the flight, this aircraft however departed Harare for flight UM-467 to Johannesburg (South Africa) some time prior to the occurrence.
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