Incident at SASKATOON / JOHN G. DIEFENBAKER INTL SK (CYXE)
2005-02-22: UPDATE TSB reported that The Westjet Boeing 737-204, registration C-GUWJ, operating as WJA 701, was departing Saskatoon, SK, for Calgary, AB. Takeoff was aborted at 100 knots when the Master Caution Flight control Light illuminated. The fault could not be duplicated by maintenance. On the next takeoff, the same fault light illuminated at 110 knots. The takeoff was continued and the Flight Control Non Normal checklist was completed. At Calgary no fault was found by maintenance and the aircraft is continuing to operate under the appropriate MEL.
2005-02-01: WJA 701, a B737-200, was departing Saskatoon when the crew rejected their takeoff and taxied back to the gate. They advised ATC that they had some kind of warning light. No other flights were inconvenienced.
2005-02-02: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that on the takeoff roll, the crew noticed a light flash on the Flight Control annunciator panel, so they rejected the takeoff and returned to the gate. YXE maintenance was unable to fault the system and the aircraft was dispatched to YYC. After takeoff and while en route to YYC, the flight control feel differential light illuminated. The aircraft is presently in maintenance in Calgary undergoing trouble shooting.
2005-02-03: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing further reported that the crew of C-GVWJ (tail# 743) chose to reject the takeoff due to the 'Flt Cont Master Caution' light illuminated. By the time aircraft stopped, the light had extinguished. Maintenance tested for the fault per the AMM. No fault could be found and the defect could not be duplicated. The aircraft was returned to service.
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