Wisconsin CRJ2 near Greenville on Sep 28th 2012, hydraulic failure

Last Update: September 29, 2012 / 14:10:39 GMT/Zulu time

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Sep 28, 2012


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An Air Wisconsin Canadair CRJ-200 on behalf of US Airways, flight ZW-4001/US-4001 from Charlotte,NC to Indianapolis,IN (USA) with 54 people on board, was enroute at FL260 about 50nm northwest of Greenville/Spartanburg,SC when the crew decided to divert to Greenville due to hydraulic problems. The aircraft landed safely on Greenville's runway 22 about 20 minutes later and taxied to the apron.

Passengers reported the captain announced they had lost one of three hydraulic systems.
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Date of incident
Sep 28, 2012


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