It actually indicates that the gear doors are unsafe and potentially moving. This lets ground crew know to vacate the gear bays in a hurry. The 757 has a similar feature, with its own test switch. The 767 lacks this feature, though the gear door retraction method on the ground is quite different com...Jump to post
C-FOIJ and C-FHCP are 767-200ER(BDSF) Allee, by the way, always knows what he's talking about. These two recent conversions by IAI for Cargojet used 20-year-old ex-Continental 767-200ERs. Something tells me this guy has some sort of insider info... :lol: On a related note, I've heard tell that Carg...Jump to post
Harvestman wrote:N999YV is down for maintenance at CVG. No clue what the issue is, but thankfully not engine-related by the looks of it.