On November 7, 2017 a Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330-200, registration N375HA performing positioning flight HA-8075 from Everett, WA to Seattle, WA concluded the 11 minute hop from Everett to Seattle International with a landing on your airport's runway 16L, when during roll out streaks of flame became visible from the left hand engine. Tower dispatched emergency services, crew called tower, tower reported emergency services as already on their way and advised there was fire visible from the left hand engine. The crew advised they had no indication. Other pilots also advised of the visible flames.
I request all available video footage of this incident in its original resolution and in electronic format. I also request any and all associated audio, particularly the tower audio, the fire department call, and any radio traffic among responding fire units. If the airport's crash tenders have vehicle mounted cameras, I request all footage associated with the above event in the highest resolution available. Please prioritize the above request over those that follow.
I request a copy of all video records responsive to requests 17-360, 17-369, 17-387, 17-323, 17-329, 16-82, 15-58, 17-462, 17-445,
With regard to the video records that were provided in response to 16-196, if there exists a higher resolution version, I request a copy of the videos in the highest resolution available.
I request a copy of all responsive records to request 17-328.
Additionally, I request any and all historical records pertaining to the following events, as well as any portions of your records retention policy relating to the retention of records pertaining to significant accidents:
-November 30, 1947: Alaska Airlines Flight 9, a Douglas C-54A en route to Seattle from Anchorage, Alaska, landed in heavy fog and damp conditions after failed attempts at nearby Boeing Field and Paine Field in Everett. The plane touched down 2,748 ft beyond the approach area to Runway 20 and sped onto a nearby road, colliding with an automobile and bursting into flames.
-April 2, 1956: Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 2, a Boeing 377 Stratocruiser headed to Portland International Airport in Portland, Oregon and points east, experienced reduced power and extreme buffeting shortly after take-off due to an improper setting of the airplane's cowl flaps by the flight engineer. Plans were initially made to land at McChord Air Force Base, but the pilot was forced to make a water landing in Puget Sound east of Maury Island. The plane sank within 15 minutes.
-November 24, 1971: Northwest Airlines Flight 305, a Boeing 727 flying to Sea-Tac from Portland International Airport, was hijacked by a man calling himself "Dan Cooper," later misidentified by the press as "D. B. Cooper." Cooper released the passengers after landing in exchange for $200,000 and four parachutes, ordered the plane back into the air and jumped out over Southwest Washington with the money.
-January 20, 1983: Northwest Airlines Flight 608, a Boeing 727 flying from Sea-Tac to Portland, was hijacked. The man told a flight attendant that he had a bomb and demanded to be taken to Afghanistan. Federal agents stormed the plane after it landed in Portland for refueling.
-April 15, 1988: Horizon Air Flight 2658, a twin-engine de Havilland Canada Dash-8 departing for the Spokane International Airport, experienced a power loss in the number two engine shortly after takeoff. While the crew lowered the gear for landing as they returned to the airport, a massive fire broke out in the right engine nacelle, resulting in a loss of braking and directional control. After touchdown, the aircraft veered off the runway and crossed the ramp, colliding with two jetways before coming to a stop against a third. The aircraft was destroyed by fire on impact.