BRU 07/03/2011

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BRU 07/03/2011

Post by sn26567 » 07 Mar 2011, 10:42

Due to technical reasons, flight 9W 226 from Chennai to Brussels on 7 Mar 2011, with 218 passengers on board, as been diverted to Ankara (Turkey).

As a precautionary procedure, the aircraft is being examined and will undergo various checks before its departure from Ankara. As of now the proposed departure of this flight from Ankara’s Esenboga airport (ESB) is as follows:
 Flight No. 
 Route 
 Departure time 
 Arrival time 
 9W 226D 
 Esenboga (ESB) - Brussels (BRU) 
 0900 
 1300 
The above timings are in UTC.

Due to the diversion of 9W 226 from Chennai to Brussels the following flight stands cancelled for March 7, 2011.
 Flight No. 
 Route 
 Status 
 9W 225 
 Brussels (BRU) - Chennai (MAA) 
 Cancelled 
Guests traveling on this flight will be re-accomodated on 9W 227 from Brussels to Mumbai and 9W 229 from Brussels to Delhi flights.

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Re: BRU 07/03/2011

Post by Polleke-NL » 07 Mar 2011, 14:26

present at Melsbroek at 13.50 was AMI Falcon 50 MM62026, at Abelag USCG Gulfstream "01" was still present

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Re: BRU 07/03/2011

Post by Airbus A330 » 07 Mar 2011, 15:58

Any ETD known for the US Coast Guard ?

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Re: BRU 07/03/2011

Post by Established02 » 07 Mar 2011, 19:06

Airbus A330 wrote:Any ETD known for the US Coast Guard ?
Left around 18h00, probably followed by the departure of 2 US army helicopters, also parked at Abelag.

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Re: BRU 07/03/2011

Post by Airbus A330 » 07 Mar 2011, 19:14

Thanks ;)

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Re: BRU 07/03/2011

Post by Established02 » 07 Mar 2011, 20:07

Asiana apparently had some fueling problems, causing additional delay at departure.
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Re: BRU 07/03/2011

Post by jdw » 07 Mar 2011, 23:58

Established02 wrote:Asiana apparently had some fueling problems, causing additional delay at departure.
The flightcare cart you see is a pneumatic cart used for engine start if APU is inop

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Re: BRU 07/03/2011

Post by Established02 » 08 Mar 2011, 00:13

jdw wrote:
Established02 wrote:Asiana apparently had some fueling problems, causing additional delay at departure.
The flightcare cart you see is a pneumatic cart used for engine start if APU is inop
Thanks jdw, the situation makes more sense now with your explanation. That cart really made a lot of noise and smoke when it was operating.

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Re: BRU 07/03/2011

Post by ggmeese » 09 Mar 2011, 12:35

From Aviation Herald :

Incident: Jet Airways A332 near Ankara on Mar 7th 2011, engine shut down in flight

A Jet Airways Airbus A330-200, registration VT-JWK performing flight 9W-226 from Chennai (India) to Brussels (Belgium) with 218 passengers, was enroute at FL360 over the Black Sea when the crew needed to shut an engine down and decided to divert to Ankara (Turkey) for a safe landing.
Following checks and repairs the airplane was able to continue the flight and reached Brussels with a delay of 7 hours.

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