Incident at HALIFAX / STANFIELD INTL NS (CYHZ) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)
2003-03-03: A Bae146 en route from St. John's was on the approach to Runway 33 Halifax. When the aircraft was on an eight mile final it broke off the approach and requested an orbit. The aircraft then announced it would be forced to do a no flap landing and was requesting that the ERS be standing by. There were 63 Souls on board and 5 crew. At 2241Z the aircraft landed safely on Runway 06. Airport staff then inspected Runway 06. Several aircraft used runway 33 while Runway 06 was not available.
2003-03-26: TSB - Update - 2003/03/25 - A03A0030: JZA8917, an Air Canada Jazz De Havilland BAE146, en route from St. John's, Newfoundland to Halifax, was on approach to runway 33 at Halifax. Approximately 8 miles final, when the crew selected flap, the 'Flap Inop' and 'Flap Fault' light illuminated. The crew discontinued the approach and orbited the airport. They then reported that they would have to complete a flapless landing, requested and received clearance to use runway 06 (longer runway) for landing and requested ERS to be standing by. The aircraft landed safely on runway 06 without further incident. Maintenance personnel carried out a complete inspection and service of the flap system, however, they were unable to repeat the malfunction. The aircraft has been returned to service.
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|Canadian Registration||| Flightaware (Registration) | Flightaware (Tracking) | AvHerald|
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