Incident at 50 NE of Calgary, AB

Summary

1997-04-21: After departure, the flight advised of a door or door indicator problem. Attempts were made to rectify the problem while the flight remained at low altitude in the area. The flight eventually diverted to Vancouver with no priority or CFR assistance required. UPDATE On climb out from Calgary to London, the crew got an upper panel warning indication for the forward cargo door. They descended and maintained 14,000 ft.. The cabin pressure was normal, and the captain advised that he was returning to Calgary. After a discussion with company maintenance, and in consideration of crew duty time, it was decided to divert to Vancouver and carry out an overweight landing. An uneventful landing was carried out at Vancouver where ERS was not called and were not required. Maintenance found that the problem was a recurring snag with the forward door sensor. The sensor was replaced, there was a crew change and the flight continued on to Heathrow.

Details


CADORS Number 1997C0211
Occurrence Type Incident
Reported By NAV CANADA
Occurred At 1997-04-12 - 03:40
Day or Night?
Fatalities 0
Injuries
Aerodrome ID
Aerodrome Name
Geographic Location Alberta, Canada, North America, Prairie and Northern Region, 50 NE of Calgary, AB
TSB Occurrence Number
TSB Class of Investigation
AOR Number
Reported By NAV CANADA
Categories System/component failure or malfunction [non-powerplant]
Events



Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)

Type Aeroplane
 Silhouette image of Aeroplane
Canadian Registration FTCA | Flightaware (Registration) | Flightaware (Tracking) | AvHerald
Foreign Registration
Country of Registration Canada
Occurrence Type Incident
Owner CANADIAN AIRLINES INTERNATIONAL LTD
Operator Commercial
Make  Silhouette image of BOEING
BOEING
Model 767 375
Year Built 1989
Engine Type Turbo fan
Engine Make
Engine Model
Gear Type Land
Private No
Amateur Built No
Flight Number CDN 96
Flight Rule
CARS Subpart
Phase of Flight Climb
Damage Unknown
Fatalities 0
Injuries 0
Events Door/canopy openings indications

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