Endeavor CRJ9 at Detroit on Oct 13th 2018, brakes overheat indication

Last Update: October 16, 2018 / 21:10:01 GMT/Zulu time

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An Endeavor Canadair CRJ-900 on behalf of Delta Airlines, registration N905XJ performing flight DL-3306 from Detroit,MI to Indianapolis,IN (USA), was climbing out of Detroit when the crew stopped the climb at 7000 feet due to a brakes overheat indication. After working the checklists the crew determined the indication was likely false, left the gear extended and continued the flight to Indianapolis at 7000 feet. The aircraft landed safely in Indianapolis about one hour after departure.

A passenger reported about 5 minutes after takeoff they heard the gear being cycled several times, then the gear was left extended, however, the aircraft did not turn. After about 20 minutes the captain announced a brakes temperature sensor was showing an overheat condition, a sensor malfunction was likely, they would continue the flight at low altitude and with gear extended, a significant delay was possible on arrival. Landing was otherwise normal, emergency services received the aircraft.

Other flights usually climb to FL200 for the short hop from Detroit to Indianapolis.
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