IRS F100 at Kaduna on Oct 13th 2013, hydraulic problem
Last Update: October 14, 2013 / 14:27:49 GMT/Zulu time
Nigeria's Civil Aviation Authority denied Nigerian media reports of a crash landing stating, that the aircraft did not even perform an emergency landing. During approach to Kaduna the aircraft developed a minor hydraulic fault and needed to be towed off the runway.
The airline reported that the crew of 5N-HIR received a low hydraulic pressure warning for hydraulic system 1. The crew requested Kaduna's control tower to have a look at the landing gear to verify whether it was all down, then proceeded to land and decided to stop on the runway.
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