British Airways A319 hydraulic leak injures grounds staff, forces evacuation | Airlines

Passengers onboard a British Airways Airbus A319 at Stuttgart Airport were evacuated after a hydraulic fluid leak activated a smoke alert as boarding was being completed. Although there were no injuries among those onboard, five members of the ground crew were injured, four of which attended hospital as a result.

The incident unfolded as British Airways flight BA921 prepared to depart Stuttgart Airport (STR) in Germany heading to London-Heathrow Airport (LHR) on June 8, 2024. The scheduled departure time for the flight was 22:00 local time. The flight had 93 passengers and six crew onboard as it waited for the ground crew to complete their checks before the aircraft was pushed back from its parking stand.

According to a report published by the Aviation Herald, the ground crew went to close one of the aircraft’s two lower deck cargo doors following the completion of the loading of passenger baggage. However, a leak from a hydraulic line activated a smoke alert onboard the aircraft, caused by a technical defect in the hydraulic system of the cargo door.

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