Qatar A359 at New York on Dec 10th 2015, rejected takeoff
Last Update: December 11, 2015 / 14:39:22 GMT/Zulu time
The aircraft stopped on taxiway Y short of YA while the crew was working to resolve the issue for about 90 minutes. The aircraft then taxied to JFK's runway 31L and departed two hours after the rejected takeoff.
A passenger reported they were told the aircraft applied auto brakes due to a signal the runway was too short for their takeoff.
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