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|Locale Reference||airport : zzz.airport|
|Altitude||agl single value : 2000|
|Controlling Facilities||tracon : zzz.tracon|
|Make Model Name||B767-400 and 400 ER|
|Operating Under FAR Part||Part 121|
|Flight Phase||descent : approach|
|Route In Use||approach : visual|
|Affiliation||company : air carrier|
|Function||flight crew : first officer|
|Qualification||pilot : flight engineer|
pilot : commercial
|Experience||flight time last 90 days : 200|
flight time total : 5025
flight time type : 1500
|Anomaly||aircraft equipment problem : less severe|
|Independent Detector||other flight crewa|
|Resolutory Action||controller : issued new clearance|
flight crew : declared emergency
flight crew : landed in emergency condition
During approach; flaps would not extend past 1 degree. Discontinued approach. Got vectors to work the problem. Ran the emergency checklist in the QRH (trailing edge flap disagreement); declared an emergency; and requested runway xxr but was told that it was not available in the current confign. Land on runway xxl; landing was in the touchdown zone and on centerline. Emergency vehicles followed to the gate but no further assistance was required.
Original NASA ASRS Text
Title: DURING APPROACH B767 FLT CREW DISCOVERS FLAPS WILL NOT EXTEND BEYOND FLAPS 1 POSITION. QRH IS CONSULTED AND EMERGENCY DECLARED PRIOR TO UNEVENTFUL LANDING.
Narrative: DURING APCH; FLAPS WOULD NOT EXTEND PAST 1 DEG. DISCONTINUED APCH. GOT VECTORS TO WORK THE PROB. RAN THE EMER CHKLIST IN THE QRH (TRAILING EDGE FLAP DISAGREEMENT); DECLARED AN EMER; AND REQUESTED RWY XXR BUT WAS TOLD THAT IT WAS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE CURRENT CONFIGN. LAND ON RWY XXL; LNDG WAS IN THE TOUCHDOWN ZONE AND ON CTRLINE. EMER VEHICLES FOLLOWED TO THE GATE BUT NO FURTHER ASSISTANCE WAS REQUIRED.
Data retrieved from NASA's ASRS site as of January 2009 and automatically converted to unabbreviated mixed upper/lowercase text. This report is for informational purposes with no guarantee of accuracy. See NASA's ASRS site for official report.