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Alaska Airlines Airbus A321 was performing flight from Los Angeles to New York JFK when the crew reported an indication of a high oil temperature on the right hand engine (LEAP1) and shut the engine down.
The aircraft diverted to Philadelphia for a safe landing on Philadelphia’s runway 27L about 90 minutes after leaving FL330.
The FAA reported the aircraft diverted after the crew shut an engine down due to an oil pressure warning.
The airline reported the crew decided to divert to Philadelphia due an engine indication and inclement weather at JFK.