Qatar A332 at Jakarta on Nov 19th 2015, rejected takeoff

Last Update: November 20, 2015 / 21:43:13 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Nov 19, 2015

Classification
Incident

Flight number
QR-957

Destination
Doha, Qatar

Aircraft Registration
A7-ACG

Aircraft Type
Airbus A330-200

ICAO Type Designator
A332

A Qatar Airways Airbus A330-200, registration A7-ACG performing flight QR-957 from Jakarta (Indonesia) to Doha (Qatar), was accelerating for takeoff from Jakarta when the crew rejected takeoff at low speed and returned to the apron.

A passenger reported the engines had spooled up to takeoff power and the aircraft was about 5 seconds into accelerating for takeoff, when the crew rejected takeoff, the thrust reversers were deployed, the aircraft stopped briefly on the runway, no emergency service were activated, the aircraft subsequently returned to the gate. The crew announced a technical problem as cause of the rejected takeoff. The passengers were kept on board, the passenger observed technicians testing one of the engines (CF6). After about 1.5 hours at the gate the aircraft taxied for departure, stopped on a taxiway and accelerated both engines a number of times. After about 15 minutes of spooling the engines up and down the aircraft lined up for departure and departed reaching Doha with a delay of 2:10 hours.
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Nov 19, 2015

Classification
Incident

Flight number
QR-957

Destination
Doha, Qatar

Aircraft Registration
A7-ACG

Aircraft Type
Airbus A330-200

ICAO Type Designator
A332

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