Europe Airpost B733 at Dublin on Oct 15th 2014, returned twice over transponder problems
Last Update: October 16, 2014 / 22:34:18 GMT/Zulu time
The aircraft departed again about 2 hours later but needed to return again due to lack of proper transponder responses.
A replacement Boeing 737-700 registration F-GZTD reached Split with a delay of about 12 hours.
Radar data suggest the aircraft's transponder worked but did not supply altitude data.
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