Aviation safety investigations & reports

In Flight Engine Shutdown, Boeing Aircraft Co 737-400, VH-TJI

Investigation number:
200604781
Status: Completed
Investigation completed

Summary

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At 0812 eastern standard time on 18 August 2006, a Boeing Company 737-400 aircraft, registered VH-TJI, with a crew of 6 and 117 passengers departed Brisbane, Qld, on a scheduled passenger service to Sydney, NSW.

Climbing through flight level 150, the pilot in command noticed the number-1 engine oil pressure gauge was indicating low oil pressure.

Following the non-normal procedures checklist, the pilot in command shut-down the number-1 engine and returned the aircraft to Brisbane. There were no reported injuries.

A subsequent examination of the aircraft revealed the number-1 engine oil pressure indicator was unserviceable. The faulty oil pressure indicator was replaced and the aircraft was returned to service.

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General details
Date: 18 August 2006   Investigation status: Completed  
Time: 0840 EST    
Location   (show map): near Brisbane, Aerodrome    
State: Queensland   Occurrence type: Abnormal engine indications  
Release date: 19 September 2006   Occurrence class: Technical  
Report status: Final   Occurrence category: Incident  
  Highest injury level: None  

Aircraft details

Aircraft details
Aircraft manufacturer The Boeing Company  
Aircraft model 737  
Aircraft registration VH-TJI  
Serial number 24434  
Type of operation Air Transport High Capacity  
Damage to aircraft Nil  
Departure point Brisbane, Qld  
Departure time 2212  
Destination Sydney, NSW  
Crew details
Role Class of licence Hours on type Hours total
Pilot-in-Command ATPL Nk Nk
Last update 18 April 2018