October 15, 2000
Incident at Halifax
ARN890 BA46 departing Halifax runway 06 for St. John's, rejected takeoff due to unserviceable airspeed indicator. No assistance required and aircraft returned to gate and departed again at 1261Z. Nil TSB
May 7, 1997
Incident at 30 East Halifax
ARN890 BA46 enroute Halifax N.S. to St. John's NFLD. 30 nm East of Halifax the pilot report an unspecified mechanical problem and requested clearance to Halifax. Aircraft landed safely at 1229z. No TSB involvement.
September 26, 1994
Incident at Moncton, ACC
ARN890, BA46 ACA619 enroute from St. John's to Halifax at FL280 and ARN890 from Halifax to St. John's at FL270 passed 20 miles south west of Sydney. ACA got a TCAS warning and then a TCAS direction to climb, and climbed through FL 283. He advised center and queried the ARN altitude (FL270) ACA will file a report.
July 3, 1994
Incident at HALIFAX / STANFIELD INTL NS (CYHZ)
After departing Halifax, aircraft discovered loose panel on nose of aircraft. Aircraft returned to Halifax. ERS on standby. Aircraft landed safely at 1527Z. TSB evaluating.
January 14, 1994
Incident at HALIFAX
BA46 ARN890 ENROUTE ST JOHNS RETURNED TO HALIFAX WITH #4 ENGINE SHUT DOWN. ERS ON STANDBY. A/C LANDED SAFELY AT 1351Z. TIME = 1330Z. ACTION = MAH MHZ. UPDATED 94/01/18: SHUTDOWN DUE TO LOW OIL PRESSURE. SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE HAD JUST BEEN CARRIED OUT ON THE A/C PRIOR TO THE FLIGHT. INSPECTION OF THE #4 ENGINE REVEALED THAT THE O RING WAS MISSING FROM THE CHIP DETECTOR AND THAT THIS WAS THE SOURCE OF THE OIL LEAK. THE #4 ENGINE IS BEING REPLACED PRIOR TO THE A/C BEING RETURNED TO SERVICE.Air1: Air2: Air3: Occurrence: Class: IICategory: 204 290