American B752 near Santo Domingo on Nov 22nd 2015, engine shut down in flight
Last Update: November 26, 2015 / 21:46:37 GMT/Zulu time
A replacement Airbus A321-200 registration N169UW was dispatched to Santo Domingo, resumed the flight and reached Aruba with a delay of 25.5 hours.
The occurrence aircraft is undergoing the change of the left hand engine, the engine gearbox was found damaged, its shaft could not be turned by the engine.
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