Oriental Bridge DH8B at Nagasaki on May 27th 2019, three failures, one diversion, two returns
Last Update: May 28, 2019 / 21:01:56 GMT/Zulu time
The radar altimeter was replaced. The aircraft subsequently departed for flight OC-43 from Nagasaki to Iki (Japan), however, needed to return to the failure of the GPWS.
The GPWS was replaced, the aircraft departed again to Iki but again needed to return due to the failure of the GPWS.
The flight as well as three more flights were cancelled as result.
Japan's Ministry of Transport instructed the airline to review its maintenance procedures.
The occurrence aircraft returned to service without further issues the following day.
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