Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by Passenger » 16 Nov 2018, 23:41

Fog at BRU now?
Aeroflot SU-2618 diverted to AMS:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... b#1e9398fb

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by luchtzak » 17 Nov 2018, 00:54

Passenger wrote:
16 Nov 2018, 23:41
Fog at BRU now?
Aeroflot SU-2618 diverted to AMS:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... b#1e9398fb
No clue why, but foggy indeed ...

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by TLspotting » 17 Nov 2018, 18:40

What's happening at BRU with 01/19 and 25L/07R closed due to "work in progress"?
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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by ZavCity » 17 Nov 2018, 19:36

Works are finished earlier, due to good weather conditions
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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by KriVa » 17 Nov 2018, 21:06

True, but today some other works were performed on 25L and 01, hence necessitating 07L/25R single.
Due to the wind, 07L was chosen.
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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by Passenger » 26 Nov 2018, 14:41

24th Nov 2018, LGG: ASL Airlines 747-400F OE-IFD bird strike during take off, emergency call and return to LGG:
see this topic:
http://www.aviation24.be/forums/viewtop ... 38#p375164

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Post by sn26567 » 28 Nov 2018, 18:29

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by Passenger » 12 Dec 2018, 07:15

On 11th December 2018, OO-SFU (A330-200) performing flight SN-358 (dep 10th Dec) from Kinshasa to Brussels, was enroute at FL380 over Algeria when the left hand engine failed prompting the crew to drift the aircraft down to below FL270. The crew was able to re-start the engine in flight, climbed back to FL380 and continued the flight to Brussels.

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http://avherald.com/h?article=4c170682&opt=0
Flight on FR24:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... u#1ed3a3bd

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by Passenger » 12 Dec 2018, 23:45

Cracked windshield for a Bulgaria Air ERJ-190 Brussels-Sofia:
http://avherald.com/h?article=4c17adc8&opt=0

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by domtom » 17 Dec 2018, 12:22

This little jet took off in Nuremberg and has been flying low altitude for a while. Anyone knows what he's up to? Taking pics? Sampling the territory?
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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by jan_olieslagers » 17 Dec 2018, 13:16

I couldn't say, but he is mighty close to violating the reserved airspace around the NATO installations at Casteau... Photography seems little likely, but perhaps (procedural) training?

NB if you have ever stood next to a CL604, you won't call it a "little" jet anymore :)

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by DIBO » 17 Dec 2018, 14:34

Based on the screenshot, an approach or two on EBCV's rwy 26 was part of the flight.

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by DIBO » 17 Dec 2018, 18:39

domtom wrote:
17 Dec 2018, 12:22
Anyone knows what he's up to?
A navaid calibration flight at Chièvres Air Base, similar to these guys
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A modified CL-60 Challenger aircraft, flown by Airmen from the Air Force Flight Standards Agency, makes a low-level approach April 10 past the new instrument landing system antenna at a Southwest Asia airfield. The aircrew used on-board instrumentation to calibrate the ILS and ensure the navigational aid meets standards. (U.S. Air Force photo /Airman 1st Class Gustavo Gonzalez)

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by jan_olieslagers » 17 Dec 2018, 18:57

Well if they were US'an (or at least NATO), as I suspected, that would explain they knew what to do to legally cross the SHAPE airspace. Why they wanted to fly there is still a bit of a mistery...

Also, if they can afford to use a jet for this type of flight, I can see no lack of military budgets :roll: Even EBBR Zaventem uses a modest King Air for that job - at those altitudes, jets are not terribly efficient.

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by domtom » 17 Dec 2018, 21:34

jan_olieslagers wrote:
17 Dec 2018, 13:16
I couldn't say, but he is mighty close to violating the reserved airspace around the NATO installations at Casteau... Photography seems little likely, but perhaps (procedural) training?

NB if you have ever stood next to a CL604, you won't call it a "little" jet anymore :)
Thanks. I thought so as well. Perhaps a regular training flight.

So does Chievre airport serve NATO, then? Of who?

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by domtom » 17 Dec 2018, 21:36

jan_olieslagers wrote:
17 Dec 2018, 18:57
Well if they were US'an (or at least NATO), as I suspected, that would explain they knew what to do to legally cross the SHAPE airspace. Why they wanted to fly there is still a bit of a mistery...

Also, if they can afford to use a jet for this type of flight, I can see no lack of military budgets :roll: Even EBBR Zaventem uses a modest King Air for that job - at those altitudes, jets are not terribly efficient.
Thanks to both of you. Makes alot of sense. Was the aircraft just based in Nuremberg then? And would this be a NATO plane? And new ILS Équipment?

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by jan_olieslagers » 18 Dec 2018, 05:58

Chièvres is a USAF base, it mostly serves VIP transports (check it out on Wikipedia).
Most likely the plane was from the USAF, too, that should be visible from FR24.
And not necessarily new ILS equipment: calibration must be done periodically, perhaps once per year or so.

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2018

Post by dcoops » 18 Dec 2018, 06:19

It was N88, a CL604 registered to the FAA

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