Adria CRJ9 at Frankfurt on Jul 13th 2013, rejected takeoff
Last Update: July 19, 2013 / 21:53:49 GMT/Zulu time
The incident aircraft was able to depart later and reached Ljubljana with a delay of one hour.
A passenger reported that a chime was heard from the cockpit when the aircraft accelerated past the fire station about 1100 meters down the runway, the takeoff was rejected with the crew applying soft manual braking. The crew announced a problem with "air condition and pressure", the passenger was not entirely sure to have correctly understood the announcement, the crew added the takeoff was rejected as a precaution. The aircraft returned to the apron, emergency services responded and cooled the brakes for about 15-20 minutes. Following another brakes check the aircraft taxied again to runway 18 and departed without further incident.
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