Jazz CRJ9 at Vancouver on Jun 11th 2017, engine and tyre damage

Last Update: November 1, 2017 / 18:43:48 GMT/Zulu time

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Jun 11, 2017


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A Jazz Aviation Canadair CRJ-705, registration C-GLJZ performing flight QK-8112 from Vancouver,BC (Canada) to San Jose,CA (USA), was climbing out of Vancouver when the crew noticed increased vibration levels from the left hand engine (CF34). The crew stopped the climb at about 13,000 feet and reduced the left hand engine thrust which reduced the vibrations. The crew decided to return to Vancouver, the airport initiated an emergency response. The aircraft landed safely on Vancouver's runway 26R, vacated the runway and needed to stop on taxiway M due to damage to both left hand main tyres. The passengers disembarked onto the taxiway and were bussed to the terminal. The aircraft was subsequently towed to the apron.

On Nov 1st 2017 the Canadian TSB reported a post flight examination revealed the left hand engine had ingested foreign object debris causing damage the fan blades.

NAV Canada reported the aircraft was observed blowing a tyre during the landing roll, vacated onto taxiway M and became disabled.
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