Jazz E175 at Charlottetown on Aug 22nd 2021, brakes problem on landing
Last Update: August 31, 2021 / 20:04:18 GMT/Zulu time
The Canadian TSB reported ground staff advised there was smoke and fluid coming from the left main gear, emergency services responded to the aircraft. The crew inspected the landing gear and found one of the pistons was bent and the disc had come off. Maintenance replaced the #2 brake.
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