Incident at ST. LEONARD NB (CYSL)
2005-01-26: The Pascan Aviation Beech 100, with 2 crew and 5 passengers, was taxiing on the ramp at the St. Leonard airport when the right brake failed. The aircraft ran into the 100LL fuel pump resulting in damage to the right propeller and the nose landing gear. The 100LL fuel pump was also damaged and a Notam was issued indicating that 100LL fuel was not available until further notice. TSB Case Closed.
2005-01-31: TSB Update A05A0009: The Beech 100 aircraft, C-GYQK, had just landed in St. Léonard following a flight from Bonaventure and while taxing to the ramp, a brake failure was experienced. The pilot was unable to stop the aircraft before the nose wheel rode up a dike surrounding an above ground fuel tank and the propeller on the right engine struck the steel stairs leading up the dike to the fuel tank. The aircraft sustained damage to the nose wheel shimmy damper and the right propeller.
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
|Canadian Registration||| Flightaware (Registration) | Flightaware (Tracking) | AvHerald|
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