After reaching about 60 knots this Easyjet A319 Registration G-EZFI suddenly slammed on the brakes, deployed the spoilers and engaged reverse thrust. The Pilot described it as a fault so it was probably a visual warning on one of the displays that made the pilots reject the takeoff. After holding on the runway for a couple of minutes the aircraft taxied to the end of runway 27 and vacated. The A319 then taxied to holding Point G4 where it caried out various drills to try and reset the fault. Following about 10 minutes of holding on the taxiway the pilot declared they have been unable to fix the problem and so requested to return to stand. The plane taxied slowly back to a stand followed by the Ops vehicle, where engineers attended to fix the problem. By this time I had to go home but as far as I know the aircraft departed again safely later on in the afternoon.

My mate and I both weren't filming the takeoff; you can imagine how frustrated we were! Ah well, It would've been unfair if one of us was filming and the other wasn't;) Go check out his channel here, he has brilliant aviation videos:

If you could like the video that would be incredible, honestly it would mean so much!

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