The engine cover of a Boeing aircraft separated moments after takeoff

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The engine cover of a Boeing aircraft separated moments after takeoff

The engine cover of a Boeing aircraft detached shortly after takeoff.

The detachment of the engine cover of a Boeing 737-800 aircraft of Southwest Airlines in the United States led to its emergency return to the origin airport shortly after takeoff.

This incident, which occurred on Monday, was the second incident for aircraft of this major airline within less than a week.

The incident happened when this aircraft took off from Denver Airport with about 135 passengers and 6 crew members and reached an altitude of 3140 meters above ground level.

At that time, passengers who were seated by the windows witnessed the engine cover detaching from its place and hitting the aircraft’s wing. They filmed this scene from the windows.


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