Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG)
2001-07-20: C-GQQC, a Beech Travelair, was approximately 15 NM west of Winnipeg (YWG)on a local VFR training flight when the pilot declared an emergency with the port engine out. The a/c returned and landed safely on Runway 36 at 2219Z with AFF standing by. C-GQQC exited Runway 36 onto Runway 07 and then shut down the starboard engine. The a/c was subsequently towed to the apron at 2236Z. The cause of the problem is not known.
2001-07-24: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that the crew shut down the port engine during flight training and were unable to re-start it. After landing, the starboard engine was shut down and a tow requested, as this type of aircraft is difficult to taxi with one engine inoperative. Maintenance attended the aircraft to tow it and were able to re-start the engine(s). The in-flight difficulty re-starting the port engine was due to high ambient temperatures which historically have adversely affected the Travelair .
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
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