Jet 2.com, Loss of Cabin Pressure

A Jet2.com Boeing 737-300, registration G-CELI performing flight LS-509 from Newcastle,EN (UK) to Prague (Czech Republic), was enroute at FL310 about 90nm northnorthwest of Frankfurt/Main (Germany) when the crew initiated an emergency descent due to the loss of cabin pressure, the passenger oxygen masks were released. The aircraft diverted to Frankfurt for a safe landing on runway 25C about 25 minutes after leaving FL310. The airline reported the crew performed a controlled descent following a technical fault indication. A replacement aircraft was dispatched to Frankfurt. A replacement Boeing 737-800 registration G-GDFX positioned to Frankfurt and reached Prague as flight LS-509A with a

Sun Express, Smoke in Cabin

A Sun Express Deutschland Boeing 737-800, registration D-ASXQ performing flight XQ-4879 from Stuttgart (Germany) to Hurghada (Egypt), was enroute at FL350 about 130nm westsouthwest of Belgrade (Serbia) when the crew decided to divert to Belgrade reporting smoke in the cabin. The aircraft landed safely on Belgrade's runway 12 about 25 minutes later. The airport reported the aircraft diverted due to a smoke indication in the cabin. The aircraft remained on the ground for 20 hours over night, then continued the flight and reached Hurghada with a total delay of 21 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4ac3a8fb&opt=0

Norwegian Air Shuttle, Engine Shutdown

A Norwegian Air Shuttle Boeing 787-800, registration LN-LNH performing flight DY-7088 from Los Angeles,CA (USA) to Stockholm (Sweden), was enroute at FL390 over Greenland about 500nm northwest of Keflavik (Iceland) when the crew needed to shut an engine (Trent 1000) down. The crew drifted the aircraft down to FL240 and decided to divert to Keflavik where the aircraft landed safely about 90 minutes later. The airline reported the crew received indication of a technical malfunction of one of the engines, shut the engine down and diverted to Keflavik. A replacement Norwegian Air UK Boeing 787-900 registration G-CJUL positioned from Oslo (Norway) to Keflavik as flight DY-8986 and is estimate

United Airlines, Pressurization Issue

A United Boeing 767-300, registration N653UA performing flight UA-854 from Houston Intercontinental,TX (USA) to Lima (Peru), was enroute at FL350 about 180nm southeast of Houston about 40 minutes into the flight when the crew decided to return to Houston due to a problem with one of the pressurization valves. The aircraft descended normally to FL300, then FL220 and landed safely back in Houston about 170 minutes after departure. A passenger reported the captain announced they were returning to Houston because of a problem with a pressurization valve. The aircraft entered a hold to get down to Maximum Landing Weight and landed safely. A replacement Boeing 767-300 registration N649UA reach

JetBlue, Cabin did not Pressurize

A Jetblue Airbus A320-200, registration N624JB performing flight B6-192 from Tampa,FL to Boston,MA (USA), was climbing through about FL200 out of Tampa when the crew detected a problem with the cabin pressurization, stopped the climb at FL230, descended the aircraft to 10,000 feet and returned to Tampa for a safe landing about 50 minutes after departure. A replacement A320-200 registration N784JB reached Boston with a delay of about 2.5 hours. A passenger reported the captain announced a pressurization issue, they returned to Tampa for an overweight landing. The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground for about 4 hours, then resumed service. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article

Air Tahiti, Smoke on Board

An Air Tahiti Avions de Transport Regional ATR-72-212A, flight VT-418 from Bora Bora to Papeete (French Polynesia) with 60 passengers and 4 crew, was climbing out of Bora Bora when a burning odour followed by smoke was observed on board of the aircraft. The aircraft diverted to Raiatea (French Polynesia), about 23nm southeast of Bora Bora, for a safe landing. Emergency services did not find any trace of fire or heat. The airline reported a short circuit caused the odour and smoke. The passengers, mainly destined to catch connecting international flights at Papeete, were taken to hotels at Raiatea for the night and rebooked onto other flights the following day. Source: http://www.avherald.c

Austrian Airlines, Loss of Cabin Pressure

An Austrian Airlines Airbus A319-100, registration OE-LDB performing flight OS-378 from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Vienna (Austria) with 145 passengers, was enroute at FL350 about 50nm northwest of Erfurt (Germany) when the crew initiated an emergency descent due to the loss of cabin pressure. The aircraft diverted to Erfut for a safe landing on runway 28 about 26 minutes after leaving FL350. A replacement A319-100, registration OE-LDE was dispatched to Erfurt, resumed the flight and is estimated to reach Vienna with a delay of 9.5 hours. According to information The Aviation Herald received the loss of cabin pressure was caused by problems with the engine bleed air system. The airlin

United Airlines, Rejected Takeoff due to Cockpit Windscreen

A United Boeing 767-300, registration N677UA performing flight UA-61 from Newark,NJ to Honolulu,HI (USA) with 201 people on board, was accelerating for takeoff from Newark's runway 04L when the crew rejected takeoff at high speed (about 140 knots over ground). The aircraft slowed safely, vacated the runway and stopped on an adjacent taxiway for a check and cooling of the hot brakes by emergency services. The crew reported an issue with a cockpit window as cause of the rejected takeoff. The airport reported the passengers disembarked via stairs onto the taxiway and were bussed to the terminal, the aircraft was subsequently towed to the apron. The FAA reported the crew reported an indicati

United Airlines, Battery Fire in Cabin

A United Airbus A319-100, registration N834UA performing flight UA-1536 from San Francisco,CA to Jackson Hole,WY (USA), was descending towards Jackson when the crew reported an interior fire originating from batteries. The flight crew continued to Jackson and landed the aircraft without further incident while flight attendants extinguished the fire and cooled the batteries. The FAA reported two flight attendants and one passenger received minor injuries when an interior fire from batteries occurred. Flight attendants extinguished the fire. The aircraft did not sustain damage. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4ac1663c&opt=0

British Airways Cityflier, Cracked Windscreen

A BA Cityflyer Embraer ERJ-190, registration G-LCYK performing flight BA-4541 from Glasgow,SC (UK) to Salzburg (Austria), was climbing out of Glasgow when the crew stopped the climb at FL250. About 4 minutes later the aircraft turned around and returned to Glasgow for a safe landing on runway 05 about 30 minutes after turning around. A replacement ERJ-190 registration G-LCYM reached Salzburg with a delay of about 3 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4abf9ccc&opt=0

Condor, Smell of Smoke in Cockpit

A Condor Boeing 767-300, registration D-ABUK performing flight DE-2064 from Frankfurt/Main (Germany) to Las Vegas,NV (USA), was enroute at FL330 about 340nm north of Sondrestrom, Kangerlussuaq (Greenland) when the crew decided to divert to Sondrestrom due to smoke in the forward cabin. The aircraft descended to FL280 for the diversion and landed safely in Sondrestrom about one hour after leaving FL330. A replacement Boeing 767-300 registration D-ABUA was dispatched from Frankfurt to Sondrestrom, resumed the flight and delivered the passengers to Las Vegas with a delay of 16 hours. The occurrence aircraft departed Sondrestrom about 30.5 hours after landing to position back to Frankfurt, b

United Airlines, Engine Shutdown in Flight

A United Boeing 767-300, registration N666UA performing flight UA-125 from Athens (Greece) to Newark,NJ (USA) with 199 passengers and 12 crew, was enroute at FL360 about 170nm northwest of Shannon (Ireland) when the crew reported a problem with the #2 engine (PW4052) and decided to divert to Shannon, soon after the crew reported the engine had been shut down. The aircraft landed safely on Shannon's runway 24 about 40 minutes later. N666UA just before touch down (Photo: AVH/PF): Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4abe2b74&opt=0

British Airways, Cabin Failed to Pressurize

A British Airways Boeing 747-400, registration G-CIVU performing flight BA-242 from Mexico City (Mexico) to London Heathrow,EN (UK), was climbing out of Mexico City when the crew stopped the climb at 12000 feet reporting a technical issue, adding pressurization issue, and entered a hold to work the checklists, then decided to return to Mexico City, dumped fuel and landed safely back about 2:10 hours after departure. The aircraft remained on the ground for about 2 hours, then departed again and reached London with a delay of 4 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4abcf642&opt=0

Jet2.com, Loss of Cabin Pressure

A Jet2.com Boeing 737-300, registration G-CELI performing flight LS-264 from Ibiza,SP (Spain) to Leeds,EN (UK), was enroute at FL340 about 35nm southwest of Barcelona when the crew initiated an emergency descent due to the loss of cabin pressure, the passenger oxygen masks were released. The aircraft diverted to Barcelona for a safe landing on runway 25R about 35 minutes after leaving FL340. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4abb6ac0&opt=0

Hawaiian Airlines, Engine Shut Down In Flight

A Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 717-200, registration N480HA performing flight HA-177 from Kona,HI to Honolulu,HI (USA) with 89 passengers on board, was just reaching the top of descent into Honolulu when the left hand engine (BR715) emitted a loud bang followed by severe vibrations. The crew shut the left hand engine down and continued to Honolulu for a safe landing on runway 04R about 15 minutes later. The engine was replaced. Passengers reported there was a large boom followed by vibrations. Some time later the crew announced that the left hand engine had been shut down. The airline reported the crew detected engine vibratiosn while still enroute at FL220 and shut the engine down. Source

KLM Cityhopper, Cracked Windscreen

A KLM Cityhopper Fokker 70, registration PH-KZP performing flight KL-959 from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Newcastle,EN (UK), was climbing out of Amsterdam's runway 24 when the crew stopped the climb at FL100 reporting a cracked windshield, they would return for a normal landing, no emergency services were needed. The aircraft returned to Amsterdam for a safe landing about 20 minutes after departure. A replacement Embraer ERJ-190 registration PH-EZE reached Newcastle with a delay of 2:15 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4ab7e194&opt=0

PAL Philippine Airlines, Cracked Windscreen

A PAL Philippine Airlines Airbus A330-300, registration RP-C8760 performing flight PR-658 from Manila (Philippines) to Dubai (United Arab Emirates) with 177 passengers and 13 crew, was enroute at FL400 about 170nm westsouthwest of Yangon (Myanmar) when the crew decided to turn the aircraft around and divert to Yangon reporting a cracked windshield. The aircraft landed safely in Yangon about 50 minutes later. A replacement Airbus A330-300 registration RP-C8771 reached Dubai with a delay of 20.5 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4ab7c938&opt=0

Air Zimbabwe, Loss of Cabin Pressure

An Air Zimbabwe Boeing 737-200, registration Z-WPB performing flight UM-467 from Harare (Zimbabwe) to Johannesburg (South Africa), was enroute near Bulawayo (Zimbabwe) when the aircraft suffered the loss of cabin pressure, the passenger oxygen masks were released, prompting the crew to initiate an emergency descent and divert to Bulawayo for a safe landing. A replacement Airbus A320-200 registration Z-WPN was dispatched to Bulawayo as flight UM-9415, continued the flight and reached Johannesburg with a delay of 4.5 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4ab7c547&opt=0

Frontier Airlines, Cracked Windscreen

A Frontier Airlines Airbus A320-200, registration N203FR performing flight F9-722 from Denver,CO to Washington National,DC (USA), was enroute at FL350 about 80nm northwest of Kansas City,MO (USA) when the crew reported a cracked windshield and decided to divert to Kansas City for a safe landing about 30 minutes later. A replacement A320-200 registration N236FR reached Washington with a delay of 3:20 hours. Source: http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4ab30d3c&opt=0

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