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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Passenger wrote: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.
... and they arrived three hours late in St Petersburg: they can claim compensation!
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sn26567 wrote:
Passenger wrote: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.
... and they arrived three hours late in St Petersburg: they can claim compensation!
No compensation however for the players, their wives/girlfriends, the staff and other AA Gent people who travel for free: they're excluded for 261/2004. Supporters could claim indeminity indeed, but relevant for the "3 hours delay" is how the flight schedule was announced to them (and that was probably not the flightradar24 schedule). Unfortunately, the program has been removed from http://www.kaagenttravel.be/programma, so we don't know for sure.

Anyway : Anderlecht left on time this morning, at 07h05: SN-1181 Brussels-Baku. Arrival there is at 15h15 (three hour time difference). Return flight is SN-1182 on Friday: Baku 15h55 Brussels 18h40.

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Unusual flight pattern
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Established02 wrote:Unusual flight pattern
Aerial photographic survey of Belgium?
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Re: Abnormalities in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2015

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OO-JVA and OO-CAN both diverted to BRU after circling around OST last night due to the dense fog at the airport.

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JamesD wrote:OO-JVA and OO-CAN both diverted to BRU after circling around OST last night due to the dense fog at the airport.
... and fog in Amsterdam this morning forced Garuda GA-88 Singapore-Amsterdam to divert to Brussels.

http://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/ga88/#799edff

777-300ER, PK-GIE

Diverted to BRU after going into holding near AMS for 55 minutes.

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General Emergency DAH2063 BRU-ALG is going for a landing at LYS...

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SabenaForever wrote:General Emergency DAH2063 BRU-ALG is going for a landing at LYS...
Two other aircraft inbound for Lyon went into a short holding there. Don't know if that holding was related to the above AH-2063 divertion.

(Easyjet U2-4480 Krakow-Lyon and Air Algerie AH-1156 Annabe-Lyon)

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SabenaForever wrote:General Emergency DAH2063 BRU-ALG is going for a landing at LYS...
I was another bomb hoax...

http://www.hln.be/hln/nl/960/Buitenland ... agen.dhtml

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An Egyptian Tristar Air Airbus A300 cargo flight from Ostend via Cairo to Mogadishu had to make an emergency open field landing 12nm of Magadishu. No fatalities, two with minor injuries.

For updates, please use this topic:

https://www.aviation24.be/forums/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=57174

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Md11 from global africa aviation circling a lot above Liege
http://www.flightradar24.com/GAA0800P/7afeca7
Very foggy
In the same time, ERJ-135 to munich had no problem to take off.
They use a different version of the ILS ? What could be the reason ?
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The minima for take off are quite a bit lower than for landing (except for CATIIIb then). Also, the MD11 might have a failure which prevents it from a CATIII landing

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sean1982 wrote:The minima for take off are quite a bit lower than for landing (except for CATIIIb then). Also, the MD11 might have a failure which prevents it from a CATIII landing
Taking off in Wx conditions that doesn't allow for landing in case of a blop after V1 is an interesting gamble.

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Jetairfly's Boeing 787 OO-JDL is currently being repaired in Cancun after a birdstrike. The passengers are staying in nearby hotels and will fly back to Belgium after the aircraft is repaired.
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Homo Aeroportus wrote:
Taking off in Wx conditions that doesn't allow for landing in case of a blop after V1 is an interesting gamble.

H.A.
In that case, you would plan your flight accordingly, with an alternate airport in place for your departure airfield. So yes, it can be done.
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Indeed, you would need a departure alternate

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LGG is blocked by some strike. Many div.
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Acid-drop wrote:LGG is blocked by some strike. Many div.
According to my info, at least 2x B747F (OO-THA & OO-THB) and 1x B737F of TNT have diverted to BRU.

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There is a general strike by the FGTB at Liège today.
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Bird strike during landing for a Kalitta 747-400F Brussels-Cincinatti:

http://avherald.com/h?article=48e0a394&opt=0

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