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MH report on the (03 April 2022) 737 return to KLIA due to malfunction

Old 11th Apr 2022, 13:30
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MH report on the (03 April 2022) 737 return to KLIA due to malfunction

Apologies if already reported and MODS remove thread if needed. Report on the MH 737 that returned to KLIA
https://www.flightglobal.com/safety/faulty-pitot-system-likely-cause-of-malaysia-airlines-737-altitude-loss/148222.article


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Apparently a failure of the pitot static system, leading to the autopilot pulling up. I'd guess that means a blocked pitot tube.

Incident: Malaysia B738 near Kuala Lumpur on Apr 3rd 2022, pitot static system failure causes upset
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