S7 A313 at Moscow on Jul 2nd 2012, could not fully retract gear

Last Update: July 2, 2012 / 14:43:52 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jul 2, 2012

Classification
Incident

Aircraft Registration
VP-BTJ

Aircraft Type
Airbus A310-300

ICAO Type Designator
A313

A S7 Sibir Airlines Airbus A310-300, registration VP-BTJ performing S7-943 from Moscow Domodedovo (Russia) to Bourgas (Bulgaria), was climbing out of Domodedovo's runway 14L when the crew stopped the climb at FL100 reporting they could not fully retract the landing gear. The aircraft entered a holding at FL080 and returned to Moscow's Domodedovo Airport for a safe landing on runway 32R about 50 minutes after departure.

A replacement Airbus A319-100 registration VP-BHG reached Bourgas with a delay of 4.5 hours.
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jul 2, 2012

Classification
Incident

Aircraft Registration
VP-BTJ

Aircraft Type
Airbus A310-300

ICAO Type Designator
A313

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