Hainan B788 near Toronto on Jun 3rd 2014, hydraulic leak
Last Update: June 9, 2014 / 23:45:26 GMT/Zulu time
The Canadian TSB reported maintenance identified the hydraulic leak came from the right hand engine driven pump. The pump was replaced.
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