Incident at PRINCE ALBERT (GLASS FIELD) SK (CYPA)
2005-02-21: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that the aircraft returned because the Left NTS Check annunciator light came on in flight at 35,000 feet and went out at 30,000 feet. This light is only used for NTS check purposes and does not indicate in-flight NTS operation. It is isolated from the engine system by a check valve. A maintenance crew was dispatched to troubleshoot but they could not duplicate the fault. The air temperature was -58 at the time of the incident, which may have been a factor.
2005-02-14: C-FSFI, a Cessna 441, was 35 NM east of Prince Albert at FL 310 on a flight from City Centre to Ottawa when the crew requested to return to Edmonton. The aircraft landed at Edmonton at 0811Z.
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
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