Incident at INUVIK / MIKE ZUBKO NT (CYEV)
2003-04-07: AKK 101, a Beech King Air, was inbound to Inuvik from Tuktoyaktuk when the crew reported a problem with one engine and consequently shut it down. No assistance was required and aircraft landed safely at 0406Z. No impact on operations. The cause of the engine problem is not known.
2003-04-11: UPDATE TSB reported that the Kenn Borek Ltd. King Air 100 (registered as C-GKBQ), operating as AKK 101, was en route from Tuktoyaktuk to Inuvik, NT. During the descent from 5,500 feet asl the left-hand engine (Pratt & Whitney PT6A-28) was unresponsive to power lever reductions. The crew referred to the Emergency Checklist, Aircraft Flight Manual, and was in contact with the company maintenance department. It was decided to shut down the engine as a precautionary measure, and a single engine approach and landing was executed at Inuvik. Maintenance personnel discovered that the engine controls were caught up in the tie wraps around the oil breather tubes. The problem was rectified.
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