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Corrosion-induced Sensor Malfunction Leads to EMB-545 Door Opening Mid-Flight

A corroded door sensor on an Embraer EMB-545, misleading the crew with a false lock indication, resulted in the aircraft's passenger door opening during climb, an investigation by US authorities revealed.

Discovered 2024-04-19T02:56:03.570110-07:00 | 2024-04-19T02:56:03.570110-07:00

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