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Industry Writers: EasyJet “Tape” Video Nothing to Worry About

Industry Writers: EasyJet “Tape” Video Nothing to Worry About

Industry Writers: EasyJet “Tape” Video Nothing to Worry About


After viral video emerged of an engineer fixing an engine issue on an aircraft operated by EasyJet, several aviation industry writers have weighed in, claiming that the fix used by the engineer is perfectly in keeping with repair practices for temporary repairs.

“The type of tape [here] is a high-tech metallic tape, and it is used only for the temporary repair of superficial components – fairings, coverings, and the like. The idea of a plane ‘having its engine taped up,’ or anything similar, is absurd,” said Patrick Smith of Ask The Pilot, one of many writers who weighed in.

To read more on this story, go to Independent.co.uk.

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