ACT B744 at Amsterdam on Jan 19th 2015, rejected takeoff due to brakes problem

Last Update: January 19, 2015 / 22:46:04 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jan 19, 2015

Classification
Incident

Flight number
SV-934

Aircraft Registration
TC-ACJ

Aircraft Type
Boeing 747-400

ICAO Type Designator
B744

An ACT Airlines Boeing 747-400 freighter on behalf of Saudi Arabian Airlines, registration TC-ACJ performing flight SV-934 from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), was accelerating for takeoff from Amsterdam's runway 09 when the crew rejected takeoff at about 80 knots reporting "all good, we have some braking problems". The aircraft slowed safely and vacated the runway.

The occurrence aircraft was able to depart from runway 09 one hour later.
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jan 19, 2015

Classification
Incident

Flight number
SV-934

Aircraft Registration
TC-ACJ

Aircraft Type
Boeing 747-400

ICAO Type Designator
B744

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