Incident at GREATER MONCTON ROMEO LEBLANC INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)
2003-08-06: A Regional Jet (ACA642) declared an emergency while on a 2 mile final for Runway 06 in Moncton due to a possible fire in the right engine. The aircraft had departed Toronto. The aircraft landed and came to a stop on the runway where it shutdown and deplaned the passengers while CFR was standing by. There was no towbar available to remove the aircraft from the runway. The aircraft remained on the runway till 1600Z and the runway was closed by NOTAM.
2003-08-08: TSB Upddate -2003-08-08 - A03A0092: The Air Canada CL-600-2B19 operating as ACA642 was on a 2 mile final into Moncton Airport when the crew declared an emergency due to an indication of a possible fire in the right engine (GE CF-34-3A1). The flight landed without further incident with CFR standing by. The engines were shutdown and passengers de-planned on the runway. Company maintenance advised that the cause was a faulty overheat warning sensor in the number 2 engine. The sensor was replaced and aircraft returned to service.
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
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