Incident at ST. THERESA POINT MB (CYST)
2003-03-06: UPDATE TSB reported that the Cessna A185F operated by MHA Enterprises Ltd, was taking off from the ice surface at St. Theresa Point when the bungee rigging cable attachment bolt at the front of the right FluiDyne C3600 ski failed. The limit cables kept the ski in position, and the pilot returned to St. Theresa Point without further incident. The bolt was replaced and the aircraft has been returned to service.
2003-03-03: The pilot of C-GYLT, a Cessna 185, advised Winnipeg FIC that he was inbound to St. Theresa Point and had a broken shock cord, which keeps the landing ski gear nose up during landing. The pilot advised he would do a precautionary landing on the ice road adjacent to the airport. The aircraft landed safely at 2011Z. TSB will contact the company.
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