Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)
2001-11-14: ACA3860 B767 Approaching St. John's 15 miles south at 3,000 feet, after the aircraft entered cloud, the flight crew suspected the aircraft was struck by lightening. Uncertain as to damage, ACA3860 requested and was cleared to divert/return to Halifax. TSB Case closed with more info to follow.
2001-11-15: TSB Update Nov 14, 2001. A01A0139: The Boeing 767-300 was on the Halifax/St. John's leg of a flight to London UK. Approximately 15 miles south of St. John's at 3,000 feet, and after the aircraft had entered cloud, the flight crew suspected that the aircraft had been struck by lightening. Uncertain as to damage, the crew requested and received clearance to divert/return to Halifax. The aircraft landed at Halifax at 00:15 AST without further incident. No damage was found during an inspected of the aircraft and the aircraft was returned to service and departed Halifax again at 01:53 AST.
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
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