French-led Accident Investigators are preparing to fly back the Air France flight #AF66, that suffered uncontained engine failure over Atlantic Ocean, now parked at Goose Bay, Airport, Canada.
The engine blew off in the mid-air, and the parts were later found on the icy dessert of Greenland.
The A380 will be flown back after replacing the damaged engine, GP7200 made by Engine Alliance, co-owned by GE and Pratt & Whitney, with the serviceable engine
Since the return flight is around 2,300 nautical miles, the investigators have examined the aircraft status and developed a plan for returning it to France.
The damaged engine will be flown to General Electric Cardiff repair workshop in Wales.UK.
In 2010, Rolls Royce engine fitted to Qantas A380 failed shortly after take-off from Singapore