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The South African Civil Aviation Authority is investigating the engine failure of the Kulula flight

The plane, operated by Comair, took off from Lanseria en route to Cape Town on Monday morning when it suffered a number 1 engine failure. The flight was diverted to OR Tambo International Airport.

CAPE TOWN – An investigation is now set to be launched into why a flight from Kulula was diverted to OR Tambo International Airport.

The plane, operated by Comair, took off from Lanseria en route to Cape Town on Monday morning when it experienced failure of its number one engine.

The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) said its accident and incident investigation division was investigating the incident.

The Civil Aviation Authority said investigators had been tasked with establishing the range and size of the probe.

The findings and cause of the incident will be identified in the final report.

Kulula chief financial officer Des O’Connor said passengers have been accommodated on other flights.

“We deeply regret the inconvenience caused and apologize to everyone involved,” O’Connor said.

A preliminary report on the incident is expected within the next 30 days.



The South African Civil Aviation Authority is investigating the engine failure of the Kulula flight

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