Canadian North Engine Trouble

Wednesday, May 26, 2010
By George Hatcher


Pictured: A Canadian North Boeing 737-275C/Adv
Snap Lake Canada

Click to view full size photo at Airliners.net
Contact photographer Jason Pineau

What: Canadian North Boeing 737-200 en route from St. John’s NL to Winnipeg
Where: Fredericton
When: May 25 2010
Who: 31 people on board,
Why: While en route, the left engine developed developed oil pressure issues and had to be shut down. The flight diverted to Fredericton and made a safe landing.

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