Azur Air, Cabin did not Pressurize

An Azur Air Boeing 767-300, registration VP-BUX performing flight ZF-5555 from Moscow Domodedovo (Russia) to Varadero (Cuba), was climbing out of Moscow when the crew stopped the climb at FL160 due to the cabin not properly pressurizing. The aircraft dumped fuel and returned to Moscow for a safe landing about 2:15 hours after departure. A replacement Boeing 767-300 registration VP-BXW is estimated to reach Varadero with a delay of about 9 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4aaee96b&opt=0

Milando Air, Cracked Windscreen

A Malindo Air Boeing 737-800, registration 9M-LNT performing flight OD-163 from Dhaka (Bangladesh) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), was enroute at FL310 about 40 minutes into the flight when the crew decided to return to Dhaka reporting a cracked windshield. The aircraft landed safely back in Dhaka about 90 minutes after departure. The flight was cancelled. The airline reported the aircraft returned due to a cracked windshield. The passengers were rebooked onto other flights. Source: http://avherald.com/h?article=4aae44fc&opt=0

Air Georgian, Loss of Cabin Pressure

An Air Georgian Canadair CRJ-100, registration C-FWJI performing flight ZX-7380 from Saint Louis,MO (USA) to Toronto,ON (Canada) with 34 people on board, was enroute at FL250 near Fort Wayne,IN (USA) when the aircraft experienced problems with the cabin pressure prompting the crew to initiate an emergency descent, the passenger oxygen masks were released. The crew initiated a diversion to Detroit,MI (USA), subsequently determined that they had sufficient fuel to continue to Toronto at 10,000 feet and continued to Toronto for a safe landing about 75 minutes after leaving FL250. The Canadian TSB reported maintenance discovered a ruptured duct and replaced it. Subsequent pressurization tests

Pakistan International Airlines, Cracked Windscreen

A PIA Pakistan International Airlines Airbus A320-200, registration AP-BLS performing flight PK-204 from Dubai (United Arab Emirates) to Lahore (Pakistan), was enroute at FL370 about 190nm north of Karachi (Pakistan) when the crew descended the aircraft to FL290, then turned south to divert to Karachi. The aircraft landed safely on Karachi's runway 25L about 50 minutes after leaving FL370. The airline's press office reported the aircraft diverted to Karachi due to weather conditions in Lahore. Ground observers reported the aircraft landed with a cracked windshield. The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Karachi about 58 hours after landing. On Jun 21st 2017 The Aviation H

Envoy, Loss of Cabin Pressure, Door Damage Suspected

An Envoy Embraer ERJ-175, registration N240NN performing flight MQ-3375/AA-3375 from Springfield,MO to Dallas Ft. Worth,TX (USA) with 39 passengers and 4 crew, was enroute at FL380 about 55nm northeast of Kansas City,MO (USA) when the crew initiated an emergency descent due to the loss of cabin pressure and diverted to Kansas City. The crew advised they would stop on the runway for an inspection by emergency services, emergency services should check the aft section of the aircraft and especially the doors. If there is no damage they would continue taxi to the stand. The aircraft landed safely on Kansas City's runway 19L about 16 minutes after leaving FL380 and stopped on the runway, emergenc

LOT Polish Airlines, Cabin did not Pressurize

A LOT Polish Airlines Boeing 787-800, registration SP-LRA performing flight LO-91 from Warsaw (Poland) to Beijing (China), was climbing out of Warsaw when the crew stopped the climb at FL100 reporting a problem with the air conditioning of the aircraft. The crew subsequently advised there appeared to be a problem with the sealing which prompted ATC to query whether they had all windows closed. The crew decided to return to Warsaw, dumped fuel and landed back in Warsaw about 70 minutes after departure. The aircraft was able to depart again after about two hours on the ground and is currently estimated to reach Beijing with a delay of about 3 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=

Cathay Dragon, Cabin Failed to Pressurize

A Cathay Dragon Airbus A320-200, registration B-HSJ performing flight KA-318 from Hong Kong (China) to Busan (South Korea), was climbing out of Hong Kong when the crew stopped the climb at FL190 reporting a cabin pressurization problem. After working the checklists the crew decided to return to Hong Kong, descended the aircraft to 9000 feet to burn off fuel and landed safely back about 1:40 hours after departure. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4aa4a00e&opt=0

United Airlines, Loss of Cabin Pressure

A United Boeing 767-300, registration N651UA performing flight UA-956 from Newark,NJ (USA) to Geneva (Switzerland) with 107 people on board, was enroute at FL360 about 130nm south of Halifax,NS (Canada) when the crew initiated an emergency descent to FL100 due to the loss of cabin pressure. The aircraft turned around and returned to Newark for a safe landing about 100 minutes later. A replacement Boeing 767-300 registration N676UA departed about 3 hours after landing, but needed to return too, see Incident: United B763 near Newark on Jun 12th 2017, equipment cooling problem. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4aa49798&opt=0

Norwegian Air, Engine Shutdown in Flight

A Norwegian Air Shuttle Boeing 787-800, registration LN-LNH performing flight DY-7019 from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to New York JFK,NY (USA) with 294 people on board, was enroute at FL380 about 400nm west of Shannon (Ireland) when the crew decided to shut the #1 engine (Trent 1000, left) down and declared PAN due to low engine oil quantity. The aircraft turned around, drifted down to FL140, dumped fuel and diverted to Shannon for a safe landing on runway 24 about 70 minutes later. The airline reported the aircraft diverted to Shannon as a precaution due to a technical issue. The aircraft is currently being examined. Other "Aviation Services" reported based on a single unverified

Rusline, Cracked Windscreen

A Rusline Canadair CRJ-100, registration VQ-BNE performing flight 7R-494 from Tambov to Sochi (Russia) with 17 passengers, was enroute at FL330 about 160nm southsoutheast of Voronezh (Russia) when the crew decided to divert to Voronezh due to a cracked windshield. The aircraft landed safely in Voronezh about 45 minutes later. The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Voronezh about 82 hours after landing. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4aa47731&opt=0

Malaysia Airlines, Loss of Cabin Pressure

A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 737-800, registration 9M-MXD performing flight MH-180 from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Chennai (India) with 141 people and 7 crew, was enroute at FL360 about 140nm eastsoutheast of Chennai when the crew initiated an emergency descent to FL100 due to the loss of cabin pressure. The aircraft continued to Chennai for a safe landing about 35 minutes after leaving FL360. The aircraft remained on the ground for about 17 hours, then departed for the return flight as flight MH-181D and reached Kuala Lumpur with a delay of about 14 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4aa32b90&opt=0

Turkish Airlines, Cracked Windscreen

A THY Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-800, registration TC-JHM performing flight TK-392 from Istanbul (Turkey) to Batumi (Georgia), was enroute at FL350 about 310nm east of Istanbul when the crew decided to divert to Ankara due to a cracked windshield. The aircraft landed safely at Ankara's Esenboga Airport about 80 minutes after departure. A replacement Boeing 737-800 registration TC-JGA reached Batumi with a delay of 4 hours. The occurrence aircraft returned to service after about 20 hours on the ground. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4aa1cebf&opt=0

City Jet, Cabin Pressure Problems

A Cityjet Avro RJ-85 on behalf of Air France, registration EI-RJY performing flight AF-1016 from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to Dublin (Ireland), was enroute at FL300 about 60nm south of London's Stansted Airport,EN (UK) when the crew decided to divert to Stansted reporting problems with the cabin pressure. The aircraft descended normally and landed safely on Stansted's runway 22 about 30 minutes later. Stansted Airport reported a mechanical issue related to "decompression". Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4aa11cb9&opt=0

Jazz, Smoke in Cabin

A Jazz de Havilland Dash 8-400, registration C-GJZD performing flight QK-8301 from Calgary,AB (Canada) to Seattle,WA (USA) with 78 people on board, was descending towards Seattle when cabin crew reported smoke in the cabin, the flight crew at the same time noticed smell of smoke on the flight deck and declared emergency. Cabin crew reported the smoke in the cabin was becoming thicker. The aircraft landed safely on runway 16R, taxied clear of the runway and performed an emergency evacuation onto the taxiway. The passengers were bussed to the terminal. The Canadian TSB reported emergency services inspected the aircraft and found no visible signs of fire. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?art

Corendon Airlines, Loss of Cabin Pressure

A Corendon Airlines Boeing 737-800 on behalf of Corendon Dutch Airlines, registration TC-TJJ performing flight CND-218 from Hurghada (Egypt) to Amsterdam (Netherlands), was enroute at FL360 about 130nm northnortheast of Athens (Greece) when the crew initiated an emergency descent due to the loss of cabin pressure. The aircraft subsequently diverted to Antalya (Turkey) where the aircraft landed safely about 100 minutes after leaving FL360. A replacement Boeing 737-800 registration TC-TJS reached Amsterdam with a delay of 2.5 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4aa05df6&opt=0

First Air, Electrical Odor/Smoke, Loss of Instruments

A First Air/Bradley Air Avions de Transport Regional ATR-42-500, registration C-FTIZ performing flight 7F-852 from Kugaaruk,NU to Yellowknife,NT (Canada) with 26 people on board, was enroute about 150nm northeast of Yellowknife when the crew noticed smell of an electrical smoke, which was followed by the loss of the first officer's instruments as well as a flag on the captain's RMI. The first officer pulled the circuit breaker for the #2 inverter and the odour rapidly dissipated. The crew worked the related checklists and continued the flight to Yellowknife for a safe landing without further incident. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4aa1bd68&opt=0

PSA Airlines, Cracked Windscreen

A PSA Airlines Canadair CRJ-700 on behalf of American Airlines, registration N710PS performing flight AA-5149 from Charlotte,NC to Newport News,VA (USA) with 77 people on board, was on approach to Newport News at about 2000 feet when the aircraft went around due to a cracked windshield. The crew decided to divert to Norfolk,VA (USA), located about 20nm southeast of Newport News, and landed the aircraft safely in Norfolk about 10 minutes later. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4a9fb0ca&opt=0

American Airlines, Fumes Injure 2 Crew, Passengers suffer from Nausea

An American Airlines Boeing 767-300, registration N377AN performing flight AA-65 from Zurich (Switzerland) to New York JFK,NY (USA) with 151 passengers and 11 crew, was enroute at FL340 about 120nm northwest of Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) when the crew decided to turn around and divert to Paris Charles de Gaulle reporting fumes on board. The aircraft landed safely in Paris about 35 minutes later. Emergency services transported two flight attendants to a hospital. A passenger tweeted there were fumes on board causing two flight attendants to become ill and incapacitated. A number of passengers complained about nausea and headache, however, the passengers were kept on board for about 4

American Airlines, Cabin Pressure Control Issues

An American Airlines Boeing 767-300, registration N397AN performing flight AA-199 from Milan Malpensa (Italy) to New York JFK,NY (USA), was enroute at FL340 about 190nm westnorthwest of Shannon (Ireland) and about to enter the Oceanic Crossing when the crew reported cabin problems and received delay vectors to avoid entering the North Atlantic Track. After working the related checklists the crew advised they had problems with the cabin pressure control that they could not do the Atlantic Crossing with, advised they were planning to divert to London Heathrow,EN (UK) and requested to descend to FL240 or so. The aircraft was cleared down to FL230, turned towards Heathrow and landed safely in Lo

United Airlines, Smoke in Cockpit

A United Boeing 767-300, registration N669UA performing flight UA-14 (dep May 31st) from Honolulu,HI to Newark,NJ (USA), was descending towards Newark when the crew reported smoke in the cockpit. The aircraft continued for a safe landing on runway 22L. During the rollout the crew opened the cockpit windows, the aircraft taxied to the apron with emergency services in trail. Emergency services reported the crew reported smoke in the cockpit, a visual inspection after landing did not find any trace of fire, heat or smoke however. The airline reported a mechanical issue. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4a9ceae4&opt=0

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