Incident at GREATER MONCTON ROMEO LEBLANC INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
2001-07-25: At 0636Z a Purolator B727 enroute from Hamilton to Moncton discovered high oil pressure on one of it's engines and carried out an engine shutdown. The crew also declared an emergency and landed at 0705Z without incident. Dieppe/Riverview/Moncton and Greater Moncton Airport Fire Departments responded.
2001-07-26: TSB update: The Kelowna Flightcraft Boeing 727, callsign KFA280 was abeam Fredericton, NB on a cargo flight from Hamilton, ON to Moncton, NB when the crew informed Moncton ACC that they were shutting down the #1 engine (P&W JT8D-9A(HK3)) due to an oil related problem. A check fire was requested in CYR724 enabling the aircraft to transit the area direct at FL210. At 04:04 ADT the aircraft landed safely in Moncton with the Dieppe fire department standing by. Maintenance inspection revealed that the fuel heater valve had failed to the open position causing an oil temperature/pressure problem. Maintenance secured the valve in the closed position as per the minimum equipment list and returned the aircraft to service.
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
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