Emergency evacuation launched on Pegasus Airlines Boeing 737 after brakes overheating indication

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On 15 February, a Pegasus Airlines Boeing 737-800 (TC-CPU) operated flight PC1003 between Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport, Turkey and Dusseldorf, Germany. After landing at the German airport, the pilots noticed a brakes overheat indication. Sparks were seen coming from the wheels.

On a video that emerged on social media, the two left hand side floor level exits were used to start an emergency evacuation. One day after the incident, the aircraft was still parked at Dusseldorf Airport.

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  1. Pegasus should be grounded as their airline culture and operating procedures allows completely unstable approaches to be continued with disastrous results…..their 5th February accident was a great example of a totally unprofessional approach that displayed appalling airmanship and a total disregard to operational limitations….yet they tried to land!!!!

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