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First Air 737 with brake problem safely lands at YOW

Old 22nd Feb 2008, 17:06
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First Air 737 with brake problem safely lands at YOW

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Old 23rd Feb 2008, 16:37
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Amazing. The CBC reported a landing gear failure as the title to their own article which stated a flap indication problem, and our own intrepid link poster refers to the CTV article on a flap or flap indication problem as a brake problem.

Do they not teach reading in school anymore?
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I thought that Functional Illiteracy was a problem that the US had the market cornered on.
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Old 23rd Feb 2008, 17:40
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I know that, at max gross & that sort of problem, you need over 10,000 feet of tarmac or concrete!db16
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From CTV News...

In the last 12 months, First Air filed 127 incident reports like today's. A much larger airline, Air Canada, had 96 reports in comparison.
Using the only way I know how to get incidents in Canada....


I found 114 incidents for First Air and 839 for Air Canada and 451 for Westjet.

Is it possible that a media outlet doesn't know what it is talking about.
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And to make matters worse, the Globe and Mail reported that the B737-200 had to dump fuel

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