May 26, 1999

Incident at TORONTO / LESTER B. PEARSON INTL ON (CYYZ)

The aircraft was on a scheduled IFR flight from Winnipeg International Airport to Toronto (LBPIA). On final approach to runway 24R, the flight crew declared an emergency due to an engine fire. ERS were called out and the aircraft stopped on the runway until an inspection could be carried out. It was determined that a faulty indicator was the problem. The engine was started and the aircraft taxied clear of runway 24R at 2037Z. ERS stood down. Ops. impact -- traffic was held at all fixes, causing delays up to 10 additional minutes while all arrivals were put on runway 24L. It was expected that the holding backup would last until 2200Z. O.P.I.: PAH Supplemental information from T.S.B. Initial Notification (#A99O0127): Approximately 10 miles from landing at Toronto (LBPIA), the crew of the Boeing 737-217 aircraft received a fire warning alarm for the #1 engine (Pratt & Whitney JT8D). The crew shut down the engine, discharged the engine fire extinguisher and requested ERS equipment and personnel stand by for the uneventful landing. The crew stopped the aircraft on the runway where the engine was examined. There was no indication of any fire and the aircraft taxied to the terminal under its own power. Maintenance is examining the aircraft to determine the cause of the false warning. 91 S.O.B. -- no reported injuries. Six (6) crew; 85 passengers.

October 2, 1997

Incident at Vicinity TRUDY intersection (54nm east of Thunder Bay)

The aircraft advised the Winnepeg ACC controller that they were encountering a problem with the aircrafts flaps and required descent from FL330 to FL290. The flight crew also advised that they would be reduced their speed from a filed speed of 429 kts. to mach .65 (or 300 kts.). No further problems were reported and the flight continued to Toronto. TSB Initial Notification A97C0200 supplementary information: The crew reported an intermittant LE flap extention indication and light buffet en route. Maintnance inspection was unable to find any problem with the LE flap system; however, the inspection determined that the left-hand nose gear door was not latching against the stops

November 27, 1996

Incident at TORONTO / LESTER B. PEARSON INTL ON (CYYZ)

Approximately 15 miles east of Toronto, a TCAS RA was received and the crew stopped the climb at 9000'. The only observed traffic in the area was an aircraft in descent out of 5000' off the right side of CDN926. Ops. Impact -- unknown.

July 5, 1996

Incident at OTTAWA / MACDONALD-CARTIER INTL ON (CYOW)

CDN926 was inbound to Ottawa for a landing on runway 32. Pilot reported on initial contact with Ottawa Tower, that he had missed a white PA28 at 3700-3800', 7-8 nm southwest of the airport. PA28 was not in contact with the tower and target was observed 10 miles south, southbound. Ops. Impact -- nil.

September 13, 1994

Incident at TORONTO / LESTER B. PEARSON INTL ON (CYYZ)

Aircraft came within 3/4 - 1 mile and 200', downwind right hand for runway 24R. Aircraft were at 3,000' at the time. Ops. Impact -- unknown.

July 5, 1993

Incident at TORONTO (ATM - other)

B737 CDN926 + B737 CDN902 - CDN926 WAS AT 33000' ENROUTE FROM WINNIPEG TO TORONTO WHILE CDN902 WAS AT 33000' ENROUTE FROM VANCOUVER TO OTTAWA. CDN926 WAS GIVEN A DESCENT TO 31000' APPROX. 12 NM FROM THE CROSSING TRACK TRAFFIC . CDN926 LEVELLED OFF AT 31000' APPROX. 10 NM LATERALLY SEPARATED FROM CDN902. THE NORTH SECTOR STAFF WAS DECREASED, RESULTING IN DEPARTURE DELAYS FOR TRAFFIC DEPARTING TORONTO OFF TO THE NORTHWEST. TIME - 1940Z. ACTION - PAX PAE TSB IKO-PIA.