NTSB Identification: ENG10RA014
Incident occurred Wednesday, February 03, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand, Thailand
Aircraft: BOEING 747, registration:
Injuries: Unavailable

This is preliminary information, subject to change, and may contain errors. The foreign authority was the source of this information.

On February 3, 2010,at 1041 UTC, a Thai Airways Boeing 747-400 experienced an oil filter message, high vibration, and fire warning from the No. 1 engine, a General Electric CF6-80CB1F turbofan engine, shortly after takeoff from the Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK), Bangkok, Thailand. The flightcrew shutdown the No. 1 engine, discharged both fire extinguishing bottles, and started a return back to the BKK airport. A successful three engine landing was performed with no reported injuries. The flight was scheduled from BKK to Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX), Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Examination of the airplane revealed several burn through holes on the outboard fan cowl and thrust reverser translating sleeve. Thermal damage was noted to the engine’s compressor rear frame, to the Integrated Drive Generator (IDG), and the angle gearbox.

The investigation is under the jurisdiction of the government of Thailand. Further information pertaining to this incident may be obtained from:

Aircraft Accident Investigation Committee
Flight Standards Bureau
Department of Civil Aviation
71 Ngarmduplee, Rama IV Road

Bangkok 10120

Tel.: (66) 2 287 3198
(66) 2 286 0594 / 286 0506 (24 hours)
Fax: (66) 2 286 2913 / 287 3186 (24 hours)
Telex: 22720 BKKRCC TH
Cable: CIVILAIR Bangkok

This report is for informational purposes only and contains only information obtained for, or released by, the Government of Thailand.

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