Cobham Avro RJ100 turns back after engine fire

Cobham Aviation Services Avro RJ100 VH-NJP (msn E3354) experienced a fire in her number four engine on 6 November, shortly after departing Perth, on flight JTE 1990 to Barrow Island. The crew shut down the engine and returned to Perth, making an uneventful landing at 6:45 local time. Cobham operates regularly between Perth and Barrow Island under contract to Chevron. RJ100 VH-NJQ (msn E3328) picked up VH-NJP’s passengers and flew them to Barrow Island later that day. VH-NJP was quickly repaired and returned to service, operating a roundtrip to Meekathara on 8 November.

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