Jazz CRJ9 at Toronto on May 13th 2013, rejected takeoff

Last Update: May 17, 2013 / 18:51:53 GMT/Zulu time

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May 13, 2013


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A Jazz Canadair CRJ-705, registration C-FNJZ performing flight QK-7971 from Toronto,ON (Canada) to New Orleans,LA (USA) with 73 people on board, was accelerating for takeoff from Toronto's runway 23, when at about 100 knots both left main gear tyres blew. The crew rejected takeoff and brought the aircraft to a stop on the runway, the aircraft was disabled. Emergency services responded.

The runway was closed until the aircraft was moved off the runway and the tyre debris had been removed from the runway.

The Canadian TSB reported both tyres were completely gone with the aircraft being supported by the wheel rims, the flaps also received damage.

A replacement CRJ-705 reached New Orleans with a delay of 3:15 hours.
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