Engine Shut Down Inflight for Flybe Q400

A Flybe de Havilland Dash 8-400 was descending towards Birmingham when the crew needed to shut the right-hand engine (PW150) down. The aircraft continued for a safe landing in Birmingham about 10 minutes later.
The aircraft, G-JECO, was performing flight BE-321 from Aberdeen, SC to Birmingham, EN (UK) with 47 people on board.

The airline later reported the crew shut one of the engines down as a precaution.

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