a Boeing 737-8 Max gives air Canada The Canadian airline, which was flying between Arizona and the US state of Montreal with three crew members, forced the crew to divert the aircraft to Tucson, the Canadian airline said on Friday.
An Air Canada spokesman said that soon after takeoff, the pilots received “engine indications” and decided to shut down one of them.
“The aircraft was then diverted towards Tucson, where it landed normally and remained there.” The incident took place on 22 December.
The crew received a signal of low hydraulic pressure from the left turbine and declared an emergency before turning the flight over, reported Belgium’s aviation news website Aviation24.be.
Boeing officials did not immediately comment on the case.
The US lifted the 737 MAX 20-month flight ban last month. Within a few months the plane was banned from flying due to two accidents, killing hundreds of people.