Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) stated it is investigating the incident involving a Qantas A380 near Singapore. Qantas advised that flight QF32 has landed safely in Singapore having returned with the aircraft's No 2 engine shut down. The ATSB is liaising with its Indonesian and Singaporean counterparts to coordinate investigation activities. The ATSB is assembling an investigation team that will depart for Singapore as soon as possible.
ATSB investigating Qantas A380 inflight engine incident
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