Jun 15, 2013

BA flight BA 762 to Oslo – 24th May 2013 - engine fire due to maintenance failing - is it connected with BA’s iCSP programme


We have received a letter from a whistle blower, who has explained the catastrophic failures involving the loose engine cowlings on the recent BA flight to Oslow, were as a direct result of BA engineers being recruited to BA’s “iCSP programme.”

According to the whistle blower, the “iCSP” programme is designed to prevent disruption due to strikes by cabin crew or in some cases, cabin crew shortages.  In essence, non-cabin crew staff, including engineers, are being trained to fulfil the role of cabin crew.

The whistle blower states that as a result there are insufficient engineers to complete routine maintenance and in relation to the failures involving flight BA 762, the problem occurred as a direct result of engineer shortages.  He/she alleges flight safety is being compromised as a result of the recruiting of staff to the “iCSP programme.

If you have any knowledge of the “iCPSP programme” or can confirm the allegations in relation to the shortage of engineers, we would like to hear from you.

 

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