Endeavor CRJ2 at Atlanta on Jun 7th 2021, engine problem requiring reduced flaps
Last Update: June 8, 2021 / 11:14:26 GMT/Zulu time
On Jun 8th 2021 The Aviation Herald received information, that the crew dealt with a bleed air leak 14th stage of the right hand engine (CF34), therefore needed to reduce the engine to idle thrust which further required to use reduced flaps for landing. After landing a toilet smoke warning activated.
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