Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG)
2003-02-27: UPDATE TGO 860 a Transport Canada Cessna 550, C-FMFM, was on a flight from Vancouver to Winnipeg. Just prior to the descent and during the descent for Winnipeg, the crew experienced a vibration in the starboard engine (Pratt & Whitney JT15D-4). The captain requested priority handling but did not declare an emergency. The affected engine was brought back to idle and the aircraft landed without further incident. The crew of two were not injured, and the aircraft did not incur damage. Maintenance inspected the engine and found that a starter generator bearing had failed. The starter generator was replaced and after inspection, the aircraft was ground run and test flown without further problems. A Service Difficulty Report has been submitted to Transport Canada.
2003-02-20: TG0 860, a Cessna Citation, was enroute from Vancouver to Winnipeg and when approximately 40 NM west of Winnipeg the crew advised of a vibration in the starboard engine. They requested priority handling but did not declare an emergency. The aircraft landed safely at 2026Z. No other aircraft were inconvenienced.
2005-08-16: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that the rear bearing in the engine starter/generator failed (500 hours TSO). The operator is investigating the unit's O/H records/history regarding the bearing.
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