A Boeing 787 airplane of the Australian airline Jetstar registered a dysfunction in its two reactors that could have ended in "serious accident" when landing last week at an airport in Japan, reported the Japanese Government.
The incident, which left no injuries or material damage, took place in the midst of the crisis affecting Boeing as a result of accidents caused by two of its 737 Max models, one in Ethiopia in March - in which 157 people died - and another in Indonesia last October, in which 189 died.
The Boeing 787 of Jetstar Airways from the Australian city of Cairns suddenly lost power in its two reactors when it was descending to land at Kansai International Airport (western Japan) on March 29, according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Transportation released today. by local means.
The pilot managed to correct the loss of power and land safely without requesting an emergency landing, the ministry explained in its note, which also stated that the ruling "could have caused a serious accident."
The Japanese authorities are inspecting the aircraft to try to find the origin of the failure in the engines, which also added dysfunctions in the measuring instruments.
As a result of the aforementioned air accidents, the European Union, the United States and other countries have suspended flights of Boeing 737 Max aircraft and canceled their orders for these and other models of the US firm, the world's largest aircraft manufacturer.
Although the causes of the disasters are not yet known, research suggests that they could be due to failures in software designed to improve safety in the ascent phase of the devices or in the sensors that activate that mechanism.