Fedex MD11 at Montreal on Oct 25th 2021, hydraulic leak causes cargo smoke indication
Last Update: November 22, 2021 / 17:30:23 GMT/Zulu time
The Canadian TSB reported a post flight inspection determined it was likely the smoke/fire indication was triggered by the detection of hydraulic fluid particles spilled during the final approach.
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