Incident at WETASKIWIN REGIONAL AB (CEX3)
2003-10-07: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that it was not a rough running engine that caused the diversion, it was the right hand engine cylinder temperature indicating in the red arc. The temperature gauge was replaced, the aircraft was ground run and a test flight was completed with all indications normal. The aircraft has been returned to service.
2003-09-15: UPDATE The company reported that C-GVZE, a Cessna 414, made an unscheduled landing at CYEG due to a high cylinder head temperature indication. The gauge was changed and the problem did not recur.
2003-09-09: ALZ 711, a Cessna 414, departed Wetaskiwin for Athabaska and shortly after takeoff, the pilot reported a rough engine. He elected to divert to Edmonton International Airport, where the flight landed uneventfully at 1314Z. The cause of the engine problem is not known.
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
|Canadian Registration||| Flightaware (Registration) | Flightaware (Tracking) | AvHerald|
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