British Airways A388 at London on Dec 7th 2019, rejected takeoff due to nosewheel steering indication
Last Update: December 8, 2019 / 20:42:55 GMT/Zulu time
A passenger reported the captain announced after vacating the runway that they had received a nose wheel steering indication and had recovered nose wheel steering. Later he announced that they had reset the computer in consultation with maintenance. The aircraft subsequently performed the flight without any further incident.
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