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2006 Embraer ERJ-190-100 IGW 190AR C/N 19000031

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  • C-FHIQ @ MIA - Air Canada - by Florida Metal by Florida Metal @ MIA
  • C-FHIQ @ CYYZ - Taxiing at Toronto Pearson - by Robert Jones by Robert Jones @ CYYZ
  • C-FHIQ @ KMCO - Air Canda Flight 1263 (C-FHIQ) departs Orlando International Airport enroute to Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport - by Donten Photography by Donten Photography @ KMCO
  • C-FHIQ @ CYOW - Early morning arrival on rwy 25. - by Dirk Fierens by Dirk Fierens @ CYOW

Airframe Info

Model:ERJ-190-100 IGW 190AR    Search all Embraer ERJ-190-100 IGW 190AR
Year built:2006
Construction Number (C/N):19000031
Number of Seats:N/A
Number of Engines:2
Engine Type:Turbo Jet


Registration Number:C-FHIQ
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:C0135D
Certification Issued:2006-08-28
Current Status:Registered
Delivery Date:2006-06-09


Registration Type:Corporation
Owner:Air Canada
Address:P.O.Box 9000, Station Airport
Dorval, Quebec H4Y1C2

User Comments

sel, 2009-07-17 00:00:00
 Incident: Air Canada E190 at Toronto on Jul 12th 2009, slat failure

An Air Canada Embraer ERJ-190, registration C-FHIQ performing flight AC-1127 from Toronto,ON to Saskatoon,SK (Canada) with 97 people on board, was climbing through 2500 feet after takeoff from runway 23, when the crew reported flaps problems and requested to level off at 5000 feet indicating, that a return to Toronto may be necessary. The crew held close to the airport and returned to land safely on runway 23. While emergency services were checking the airplane out, Westjet flight WS-180, a Boeing 737-800 arriving from Edmonton, had to go around. The Air Canada Embraer taxied off the runway 10 minutes after touch down.

The Canadian TSB reported on Jul 17th, that the airplane experienced a slat failure after departure prompting the crew to declare emergency and return to Toronto. Maintenance replaced the right hand wing slat harness and returned the airplane to service.