Abnormalities in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2015

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Re: Abnormalities in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2015

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SabenaForever wrote:Is LGG closed? 9 airplanes bound for LGG are in holding... Now diverting to BRU and CRL.
To CRL in the middle of the night?
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sn26567 wrote:
SabenaForever wrote:Is LGG closed? 9 airplanes bound for LGG are in holding... Now diverting to BRU and CRL.
To CRL in the middle of the night?

My fault... ;) CRL was just for holding!

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sn26567 wrote:
SabenaForever wrote:Is LGG closed? 9 airplanes bound for LGG are in holding... Now diverting to BRU and CRL.
To CRL in the middle of the night?
Most of them were diverted to CGN

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galaxy wrote:
sn26567 wrote:
SabenaForever wrote:Is LGG closed? 9 airplanes bound for LGG are in holding... Now diverting to BRU and CRL.
To CRL in the middle of the night?
Most of them were diverted to CGN
So the TNT aircraft went back to their former base!
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all this for less than 5cm of snow.
My messages reflect my personal opinion which may be different than yours. I beleive a forum is made to create a debate so I encourage people to express themselves, the way they want, with the ideas they want. I expect the same understanding in return.

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If you think you can help you can take a shovel and clean the runway smartass!

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Re: Abnormalities in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2015

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The snowfall came right at the time the inbounds were supposed to come in, so most of them diverted to Brussels or Koln. There were arrivals at Liege at least until 07.00 local this morning.
If some here feel like to land an aircraft at night in a snowstorm (no visibility) at 200km/h on 5 cms of snow, you should apply...

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At about 1945(LT) yesterday evening,we heard quite a few firetrucks pass by, a lot more than would be used in a "normal" fire scenario. Living close by (actually next to) Antwerp Airport, our thoughts immediately went to something going on there.
A few hours later, those thoughts were confirmed, by the Antwerp Fire Department on Twitter, being called an "airplane with problems, but landed safely".
Anybody with an idea as to what was going on?
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Acid-drop wrote:all this for less than 5cm of snow.
Even after snow cleaning, breaking action was reported poor-poor-poor.
Runway and taxi Alpha were icy and needed an additional spraying.
On top after a few diversions to BRU, Zaventem was "full" and and only CGN and LUX were able to accept inbound flights.

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KriVa wrote:At about 1945(LT) yesterday evening,we heard quite a few firetrucks pass by, a lot more than would be used in a "normal" fire scenario. Living close by (actually next to) Antwerp Airport, our thoughts immediately went to something going on there.
A few hours later, those thoughts were confirmed, by the Antwerp Fire Department on Twitter, being called an "airplane with problems, but landed safely".
Anybody with an idea as to what was going on?
Hello

A Saab340 HA-TAG arrived on one engine.
HA-TAD (also Saab340) arrived later that evening to replace the TAG.

Greetings,
All my posted timings are local !

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Thanks for the information, TL!
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tangolima wrote:
KriVa wrote:At about 1945(LT) yesterday evening,we heard quite a few firetrucks pass by, a lot more than would be used in a "normal" fire scenario. Living close by (actually next to) Antwerp Airport, our thoughts immediately went to something going on there.
A few hours later, those thoughts were confirmed, by the Antwerp Fire Department on Twitter, being called an "airplane with problems, but landed safely".
Anybody with an idea as to what was going on?
Hello

A Saab340 HA-TAG arrived on one engine.
HA-TAD (also Saab340) arrived later that evening to replace the TAG.

Greetings,
Report on AvHerald.com:

A Fleet Air International Saab 340A from Girona to Antwerp and further on to Gothenburg was descending towards Antwerp when the crew declared emergency reporting the right hand engine had to be shut down.

More details:
http://avherald.com/h?article=4811bc72&opt=0

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Passenger wrote:
JAF737 wrote:...
OO-JAP is still in very good shape, but Jetairfly didn't renew the leasing contract as they have other fleet plans in the (near) future (i.e. using B787's or B767's of the group)
...
OO-JAP went into unforeseen maintenance at Amsterdam yesterday, after its landing from Orlando.

CS-TQY HiFly A343-300 is doing the Miami rotation right now (departed out of Brussels with a 2h delay).

Source:
http://forum.scramble.nl/viewtopic.php? ... 7&start=15
Update:

The Hifly A340-300 CS-TQY was expected to arrive in Amsterdam at 12h20 today, as JAF-122 coming from Miami.

Arrival JAF-122 in AMS is now delayed from 12h20 today till 05h30 on Wednesday.
Arrival JAF-122 in BRU is now delayed till 07h25 Wednesday.

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Crew rest maybe?

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Apparently, (a part of) the airport at Antwerp has been closed down due to a bomb alarm.
(Source: hln.be, others haven't picked it up yet.)
Quite handy to be living next to the airport, but not hearing anything about it :lol:
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RYR8178 CRL-TFS is squawking 7700 (general emergency) and diverting to what looks to be Nantes

http://www.flightradar24.com/RYR593X/57ab70d

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UPDATE EMERGENCY We have confirmation Ryanair #FR8178 from Brussels to Tenerife just landed at Nantes.

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IF IT AIN'T BOEING, I'M NOT GOING.

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Re: Abnormalities in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2015

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airazurxtror wrote:Medical reason :

http://www.ouest-france.fr/nantes-atter ... rd-3178555
According to Ouest-France, the Boeing also felt unwell ...
atterrissage-durgence-cause-dun-malaise-bord_0.jpg
:lol:

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