There is a little bit more info over on prune, though, as always, it has to be filtered.If No Mayday, then likely the aircraft’s Emergency Electrical Generator - called the EmerGen (not the APU) was not required.
Would be interesting to see what was degraded
Much excitement in Broome this morning as VH-EBL departed for BrisbaneAs at 1810 WST (2010 AEST) on Thursday 16 May 2019, looks like this aircraft (A332 VH-EBL) remains in BME.
Meanwhile, unrelated, QF6144 is operating from SYD down to MEL, airborne at 2004 hours with A332 VH-EBD, presumably as a 'ferry' (empty) flight.
That may well be first use of IAH for QF7.May 18ths QF7 diverted to IAH due to weather at DFW. Continued to DFW with several hours of delays. Aircraft still on ground at DFW having not yet boarded at 0720, 3.5h late.
This aircraft (electrical fault meaning diversion to BME) operated QF6134 on Friday 17 May, arriving BNE at 1548 hours. As of Sunday 19 it looks to be still undergoing repairs.As at 1810 WST (2010 AEST) on Thursday 16 May 2019, looks like this aircraft (A332 VH-EBL) remains in BME...