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On 4 Nov 2016 a Norwegian Air Shuttle, 737-800, LN-NII, (43877/5204), operated by Go2Sky flight crew and Norwegian cabin crew, aborted its take-off from Kristiansand due to a take-off config warning apparently triggered by the parking brake not having been released. WIth the aircraft still on the runway, both engines were shut down. The APU was subsequently started.

After approximately 5 minutes the take-off was recommenced, apparently catching the cabin crew by surprise.

During the climb the cabin altitude warning horn sounded. The aircraft stopped its climb at FL150 and continued to Oslo. The cabin crew tried to communicate with the flight crew but were unable to, so used the emergency code to enter the flight deck.

The ATC transcript was as follows:

  • 3:02 DY277 reports fully ready, requests heading North for weather, tower says standby.
  • 5:05 Initial takeoff clearance, circumnavigate weather at discretion.
  • 7:00 DY277 reports 'a little technical problem', asks to stay on the runway, says they will need five more minutes, tower approves.
  • 10:11 DY277 ready again, cleared for takeoff runway 04.
  • 11:56 DY277 airborne, staying on standard route, gives altitude passing and is cleared to FL150.
  • 15:04 Frequency change to Norway Control

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*** Updated 23 Nov 2020 ***

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