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Old 16th Jul 2022, 11:56
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Air Arabia flight hydraulic problem

Air Arabia GN426 Sharja Kochi flight lands with hydraulic failure. Any details of what was the problem?
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Old 16th Jul 2022, 12:40
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Hydraulic failure….😄
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Old 16th Jul 2022, 12:47
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Avherald has all the details.

Incident: Arabia A21N at Kochi on Jul 15th 2022, hydraulic failure
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Doesn't say much. Emergency services were activated and aircraft was towed to bay. All this with single hydraulic fail? Though Yellow fail will caus loss of NWS.
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Depending on MSN, it could be the G or Y system powering the NWS, right? Or are all Neos on the Yellow?
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Originally Posted by Zar_1
Depending on MSN, it could be the G or Y system powering the NWS, right? Or are all Neos on the Yellow?
Not only Neos even later MSN CEO are also on yellow system.
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If this is a Yellow fail, the Brakes will still be in normal mode though, right? And if so, can they taxi off the runway using differential brakes?
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Originally Posted by Zar_1
If this is a Yellow fail, the Brakes will still be in normal mode though, right? And if so, can they taxi off the runway using differential brakes?
It would be unnecessarily risky.
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Originally Posted by Zar_1
If this is a Yellow fail, the Brakes will still be in normal mode though, right? And if so, can they taxi off the runway using differential brakes?
Can is good to know in emergency but normal operation is done with should you be doing it.
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