Rauch im Cockpit Lufthansa-Boeing strandet in Neufundland – N TV – 19.10.16

Flug LH464 sollte planmäßig von Frankfurt nach Orlando in Florida fliegen, doch es kam anders. Die Piloten landeten die Lufthansa-Maschine mit angelegten Sauerstoffmasken im kanadischen Gander, wie ein Sprecher mitteilte. An Bord des Boeing-Großraumjets waren 345 Passagiere plus 18 Besatzungsmitglieder. Über die Ursache der Rauchentwicklung könnten noch keine Angaben gemacht werden, heißt es bei der…

Accident: Foul odor diverts Latrobe-bound flight, 7 taken to hospital – WTAE 12th August 2016

ORLANDO, Fla. —A Spirit Airlines flight from Orlando to Latrobe was diverted back to the airport Friday night, officials said. People on board smelled a foul odor, which was determined to be coming from the air conditioning, Spirit Airlines spokesman Paul Berry said. The airline offered to call EMS for anyone who wanted medical attention.…

24 passengers taken to hospital following American Airlines evacuation Emergency chutes deploy prior to flight taking off – wpbf.com 22nd July 2016

To read/watch the full report click here WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. —Twenty-four people were taken to the hospital Thursday after pilots on a Philadelphia-bound American Airlines plane ordered an emergency evacuation at Palm Beach International Airport. PLANE EVACUATED AT PBIA WPBF 25 is following a developing story out of Palm Beach International Airport, where officials…

Pilots ‘worked to death’: Flydubai whistleblower says fatigue-related crash predicted (RT EXCLUSIVE) 27 March 2016

To watch the RT video click here. An accident involving a Flydubai plane was inevitable, a former Flydubai captain told RT on condition of anonymity. He revealed that pilots are forced to work while exhausted, while saying he had been “worked to death” despite complaints. TrendsFlydubaiGate READ MORE: Pilot error, lost fuel, terrorism? Experts discuss…

FlyDubai crash pilot ‘was due to leave job over fatigue’ – BBC – 24 March 2016

The captain of the FlyDubai jet which crashed in Russia last Saturday was due to leave the airline, citing fatigue, colleagues say. The Boeing 737-800 crash in Rostov-on-Don killed all 62 people on board, including seven crew. Pilots speaking anonymously to the BBC say fatigue was a contributory factor in the accident – claims FlyDubai…