Incident at SASKATOON / JOHN G. DIEFENBAKER INTL SK (CYXE)
2003-04-02: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that the owner reports that an AME inspected and ground ran the aircraft with no defects found. Both AME and owner suspect carb ice as the cause of rough running engine.
2003-03-24: UPDATE TSB reported that the privately registered Cessna 172-I, C-FXIG, was on a local flight in the vicinity of Saskatoon. The engine (Lycoming O-320) began to run rough and the pilot landed in a small private strip. It was reported that the pilot checked for water in the fuel and found none. The pilot re-started the engine which then ran smoothly and the pilot took-off for Saskatoon. Shortly after becoming airborne for the second time the engine began to run rough and engine power degraded substantially. The pilot then landed at a second private strip, Corman Air Park. The cause of the engine malfunction is not known.
2003-03-20: C-FXIG, a Cessna 172, was on a local flight near Saskatoon when the pilot advised that he was landing at Glezier's Field (private strip 7 miles southeast of Saskatoon) due to a rough running engine. The aircraft landed safely at 2358Z. There was no damage to the aircraft.
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