Mount Cook AT72 at Palmerston North on Sep 14th 2017, hydraulic problem
Last Update: September 14, 2017 / 20:58:56 GMT/Zulu time
Passengers reported they were instructed to brace for landing, there was a problem with the hydraulics and brakes as a result.
The airport reported the aircraft could not retract the landing gear after departure due to a hydraulic issue.
The airline reported the aircraft returned due to an issue with one of its hydraulic systems.
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