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

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SkyTourist wrote:06 sept SN3126 BLQ-BRU aborted takeoff due to engine explosion in Bologna; flight subsequently cancelled.
Update on this incident with OO-SNC (A320-200): "...On Sep 12th 2015 The Aviation Herald received information, that the right hand engine stalled while accelerating through about 70% N1. The engine needed to be replaced due to turbine damage. Following the engine change the aircraft ferried back to Brussels on Sep 9th and resumed service on Sep 10th..."

http://avherald.com/h?article=48bfa3b9&opt=0

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Today's Ryanair FR-2933 Brussels-Alicante (dep 06h25, EI-EBH) diverted to Reus.

Landing in REU was at 06h25 UTC, and the aircraft seems to be still on the ground there:
http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/ei-ebh/

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Passenger wrote:Landing in REU was at 06h25 UTC, and the aircraft seems to be still on the ground there:
http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/ei-ebh/
Actually, they just took off at 12.33LT as RYR933 to ALC.

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Flight to Bujumbura and Nairobi is cancelled today and will be operated tomorrow as SN1453. SFN seems to be grounded in Washington... Does anybody have more informations concerning the problem?

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Bel33 wrote:Flight to Bujumbura and Nairobi is cancelled today and will be operated tomorrow as SN1453. SFN seems to be grounded in Washington... Does anybody have more informations concerning the problem?
I do not know but...there are 8 flights to Africa and USA tomorrow monday with 5 A330-300 and 3 A330-200.
I guess the IAD flight will be in BRU tomorrow morning...

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13/09/15 - go around for BA394
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OO-DWF is stuck in Oslo : SN2288 (06h30-08h35) is cancelled.

SN-2287 BRU-OSL was normal yesterday evening (arrival in Norway was right on time, at 20h50 UTC).

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Passenger wrote:Today's Ryanair FR-2933 Brussels-Alicante (dep 06h25, EI-EBH) diverted to Reus.

Landing in REU was at 06h25 UTC, and the aircraft seems to be still on the ground there:
http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/ei-ebh/
Medical emergency. Crew had to be replaced

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sean1982 wrote:Medical emergency. Crew had to be replaced
Do I get it right a crew member became so ill they had to land in Reus?

Cheers,

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Passenger wrote:OO-DWF is stuck in Oslo : SN2288 (06h30-08h35) is cancelled.

SN-2287 BRU-OSL was normal yesterday evening (arrival in Norway was right on time, at 20h50 UTC).
Apparently one of the navigation lights refused to light up this morning.

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Stij wrote:
sean1982 wrote:Medical emergency. Crew had to be replaced
Do I get it right a crew member became so ill they had to land in Reus?

Cheers,

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No, I cant go into details, but the crew was replaced as a standard SOP after a serious medical incident with a passenger.

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There are quite some delays for arrivals at BRU at this moment (not long delays though), and SN2254 Billund-Brussels (Flybe Dash-8 G-JECP) even diverted to LGG after going into holding for some 20 minutes above/near Antwerp.

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Does anyone know why Small Planet Airlines operated a flight (A320) out of EBOS @ 11:30h?
Football Charter, KAA Gent to St-Petersburg?

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fretn wrote:Does anyone know why Small Planet Airlines operated a flight (A320) out of EBOS @ 11:30h?
Football Charter, KAA Gent to St-Petersburg?
Most probably it's this one: a charter aircraft for football club AA Gent, going to St Petersburg for their Champions League game on Tuesday evening. Big aircraft for players and staff, but seats were sold to supporters to cover costs (see article Het Nieuwsblad).

http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/ly-spb/

http://www.nieuwsblad.be/sportwereld/cn ... 8_01890495

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Passenger wrote:There are quite some delays for arrivals at BRU at this moment (not long delays though), and SN2254 Billund-Brussels (Flybe Dash-8 G-JECP) even diverted to LGG after going into holding for some 20 minutes above/near Antwerp.
US-750 Philadelphia-Brussels diverted to Amsterdam - but landed in Brussels meanwhile.

http://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/us750/

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FR1196 ATH-CRL (EI-EBL) diverted to LGG. Back to CRL in the meantime.
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I was in this one
http://www.flightradar24.com/data/fligh ... 3/#78cd9ed

Anyone knows why it was so slow and so long to get to cruise altitude ?
We arrived on schedule though...
Very much like sncb/nmbs me think : big margin so you never get late
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Acid-drop wrote:I was in this one
http://www.flightradar24.com/data/fligh ... 3/#78cd9ed

Anyone knows why it was so slow and so long to get to cruise altitude ?
We arrived on schedule though...
Very much like sncb/nmbs me think : big margin so you never get late
On a sidenote: reg of your 2,5 year old A320-200 was EC-LUL. Remarkable name in Dutch...

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Passenger wrote:
fretn wrote:Does anyone know why Small Planet Airlines operated a flight (A320) out of EBOS @ 11:30h?
Football Charter, KAA Gent to St-Petersburg?
Most probably it's this one: a charter aircraft for football club AA Gent, going to St Petersburg for their Champions League game on Tuesday evening. Big aircraft for players and staff, but seats were sold to supporters to cover costs (see article Het Nieuwsblad).

http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/ly-spb/

http://www.nieuwsblad.be/sportwereld/cn ... 8_01890495
The AA Gent football team manager (trainer/entraîneur) wasn't happy with the flight: they took off one hour late, and they had to make an unannounced fuel stop in Vulnius.

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