Endeavor CRJ9 at Raleigh/Durham on Dec 9th 2021, brakes overheat on departure

Last Update: December 10, 2021 / 19:59:30 GMT/Zulu time

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An Endeavor Canadair CRJ-900 on behalf of Delta Airlines, registration N936XJ performing flight DL-5500 from Raleigh/Durham,NC to New York La Guardia,NY (USA), was climbing out of Raleigh's runway 23R when the crew reported they had a brakes overheat indication, believed it to be an indication error, nonetheless wanted to return to Raleigh. The aircraft stopped the climb at about 6000 feet and returned to Raleigh for a safe landing on runway 23R about 30 minutes after departure.

A passenger reported the crew did not retract the landing gear indicating one of the left hand brakes had overheated during the takeoff. The aircraft landed back and vacated the runway, emergency services inspected the aircraft on the taxiway using thermal imaging and found no overheating of any brake. The same aircraft departed later again for La Guardia.

The aircraft remained on the ground for about 1:45 hours, then departed again to La Guardia and reached the destination with a delay of 2 hours.
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