Lufthansa CRJ9 at Zurich on May 19th 2024, rejected takeoff due to hot brakes indication

Last Update: May 19, 2024 / 17:21:38 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
May 19, 2024

Classification
Incident

Airline
Lufthansa

Flight number
LH-2367

Destination
Munich, Germany

Aircraft Registration
D-ACNQ

ICAO Type Designator
CRJ9

A Lufthansa Canadair CRJ-900, registration D-ACNQ performing flight LH-2367 from Zurich (Switzerland) to Munich (Germany), was accelerating for takeoff from runway 28 when the crew rejected takeoff at high speed (about 110 knots over ground) requesting emergency services to check their brakes and asking tower whether any smoke was visible from the brakes. Tower reported no smoke was visible, the crew suspected a wrong sensor at the inboard brakes of the right main gear. Following checks by emergency services the aircraft taxied back to the apron about 10 minutes after rejecting takeoff.

The aircraft is still on the ground in Zurich about 10 hours after the rejected takeoff.

The flight was cancelled.
Incident Facts

Date of incident
May 19, 2024

Classification
Incident

Airline
Lufthansa

Flight number
LH-2367

Destination
Munich, Germany

Aircraft Registration
D-ACNQ

ICAO Type Designator
CRJ9

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