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What does LENG stand for?
LENG stands for Left Engine
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In the late stages of the flight on the night of November 29, the right engine "flamed out and shortly after the left engine flamed out", said the report from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
In the latter stages of the flight on the night of November 29, the right engine "flamed out and shortly after the left engine flamed out", said the report from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
Karachi -- A passenger plane of the Pakistan International Airline (PIA) made an emergency landing at Karachi's Jinnah International airport on Sunday after its left engine caught fire.
During a training flight, the crew of the Spartan C-27J plane found a critical problem with the left engine, and decided to land the aircraft immediately.
According to preliminary information, the plane made an emergency landing because its left engine had malfunctioned.
Mumbai, May 28 ( ANI ): About 158 passengers on board Jet Airways Riyadh-Mumbai flight on Monday escaped unhurt after a fire broke out in the left engine of the aircraft on its landing here.
Matt Miller, a spokesman for American Airlines, said the pilot reported that instruments showed trouble with the left engine about an hour before arrival in Los Angeles.