Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG)
2001-09-05: ACA 187, an A320, had departed for Toronto from Winnipeg, and the crew reported hydraulic problems when 40 NM southeast of Winnipeg. The flight was vectored south of the airport to diagnose the problem. The pilot advised that the problem was with the 'green' hydraulic system and that the operation of the flaps, slats and gear was not effected. The nose gear steering would be unservicable. The flight landed on Runway 31 in Winnipeg at 2153Z and was able to taxi in unassisted. TSB will be contacting the company.
2001-09-19: UPDATE TSB reported that ACA 187 was commencing descent into Winnipeg when the crew observed the 'Green' hydraulic reservoir fluid level indication was low. The crew carried out checklist actions and the flight landed at Winnipeg without further incident. Company maintenance replaced the o-ring on the hydraulic pressure line at the strut box on the left engine and the aircraft was returned to service.
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