From memory (which is failing a bit!)….assuming there was no associated severe damage to the failed engine and no other failures, it was considered perfectly acceptable by the CAA and Boeing to continue toward destination. The FAA took a different view and I can’t actually remember what happened in the end, but the manuals were certainly not changed as a result.
The tricky bit was in the fuel management. A fair bit of jiggery pokery to get as much fuel out of the tank associated with the failed engine as possible. There would be a few tons of fuel that would be unusable in any case from that tank.
Aston Martin Bulldog. Article today on BBC radio 4 and BBC Midlands news. One off Aston from 1980ish restored by Classic Car restorers Bridgnorth. I saw the car at the Birmingham motoring festival 79 80 ish, somewhere I’ve got my original photos.
For this shot, I made the decision to capture it, raised the camera to my eye, got the car in the frame and pressed the shutter, all in less than a second, and it still just about focussed on the Ford Falcon: