Incident at GREATER MONCTON ROMEO LEBLANC INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
2003-03-25: Update Maintenance & Manufacturing - Teardown inspection of the wheel revealed a 1/4 inch slit in the external diameter seam of the tube. This is an identical problem with a main wheel tube on another aircraft, a Cessna 310, a few days previous. Similar incidents with Moncton Flight College aircraft recently on 2 occasions. See Cadors No. 2003A0134. Tubes are of various sizes, all manufactured by Michelin and supplied to Moncton Flight College by Aviall. More SDR's will be submitted & supplier has contacted Michelin.
2003-03-18: A Pa31 vacated Runway 11 onto Taxiway Bravo. After entering Apron 2, the aircraft reported a flat tire.
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
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