Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2019

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Thanks for your comments, Darjeeling. We know now that the road trip was on fact 12 hours and that those pax arrived in Kigali with a 30 hours delay. We do rely indeed on feedback from the spokespersons of the airlines and airports, but whenever possible, we try to recoup the information from other sources.

In this case, we were the only ones to publish the information. I don't know of any other media having reported the incident, hence total lack of sources. We nevertheless felt the need to publish with whatever we got: spokesmen, own research, passengers.
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Low-visibility procedures at Brussels Airport (this morning).

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SN551 to YYZ seems to have made a U turn above London and is returning to BRU.
Anybody knows what's going on ?

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YYZ727 wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 12:14
SN551 to YYZ seems to have made a U turn above London and is returning to BRU.
Anybody knows what's going on ?
Just saw it too on FR24.
Screenshot 2019-02-14 12.40.02.png
Burning off fuel while holding low at Bruno.

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Homo Aeroportus wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 12:44
YYZ727 wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 12:14
SN551 to YYZ seems to have made a U turn above London and is returning to BRU.
Anybody knows what's going on ?
Just saw it too on FR24.

Screenshot 2019-02-14 12.40.02.png

Burning off fuel while holding low at Bruno.

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Spokesperson Maaike Andries just confirmed to Aviation24.be that the aircraft returned with a technical issue, Brussels Airlines is now rebooking passengers on other flights.

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Homo Aeroportus wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 12:44
Burning off fuel while holding low at Bruno.
Silly question probably, but what is meant by "Bruno"? :)

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A navigation waypoint, associated with a VOR radio beacon.
It is a common reference on approach both to Zaventem and to Deurne.
The official info is in the AIP, freely available at Belgoco^h^h^h^h^h skeyes website - if you can find it :)

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jan_olieslagers wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 14:54
A navigation waypoint, associated with a VOR radio beacon.
It is a common reference on approach both to Zaventem and to Deurne.
The official info is in the AIP, freely available at Belgoco^h^h^h^h^h skeyes website - if you can find it :)
Ok thanks for the explanation! Learned something new again :D

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AarjenP wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 14:56
jan_olieslagers wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 14:54
A navigation waypoint, associated with a VOR radio beacon.
It is a common reference on approach both to Zaventem and to Deurne.
The official info is in the AIP, freely available at Belgoco^h^h^h^h^h skeyes website - if you can find it :)
Ok thanks for the explanation! Learned something new again :D
And Bruno is situated near Heist-op-den-Berg ;-)

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YYZ727 wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 12:14
SN551 to YYZ seems to have made a U turn above London and is returning to BRU.
Anybody knows what's going on ?
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/brus ... cal-issue/
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Bruno is situated near Heist-op-den-Berg
Hèst? I'd rather have said halfway between Hèrtaat and Westel :geek: :mrgreen: :ugeek:
But better find it for yourself: https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=17/51.11861/4.84222

And "pour la petite histoire": I remember from hearsay that BRUNO was relocated, perhaps in the 1970's or so, so that a straight line from BRUNO to MACKEL (another waypoint, associated with the MAK NDB) allows one to fly the uncontrolled corridor between EBBR and EBAW CTR's, just North of Mechelen. But do not ask for any references, please :)

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sn26567 wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 15:22
YYZ727 wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 12:14
SN551 to YYZ seems to have made a U turn above London and is returning to BRU.
Anybody knows what's going on ?
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/brus ... cal-issue/
Strange they couldn't fix that door immediately upon return of the plane and had to cancel the flight. SN becoming prone to fast cancellations apparently.

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ac doors are quite complex things. I can imagine the fix to take a few hours. If there is no spare ac and or crew available it's best to cancel the flight upon return so other solutions can be found for the pax asap.

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I don't now if it's a anomaly but there was not one flight over the Atlantic from Brussels Airlines today!!!!
Is it not 3 daily flights?
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lumumba wrote:
20 Feb 2019, 14:51
I don't now if it's a anomaly but there was not one flight over the Atlantic from Brussels Airlines today!!!!
Is it not 3 daily flights?
This isn't an anomaly as today not a single U.S. flight was scheduled. These are the ones currently flying to their African destination.
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SN289 (OO-SFG) to Accra back to BRU after turning around before Paris. Technical?

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convair wrote:
07 Mar 2019, 14:51
SN289 (OO-SFG) to Accra back to BRU after turning around before Paris. Technical?
A lightning strike: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... -brussels/

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luchtzak wrote:
07 Mar 2019, 15:04
convair wrote:
07 Mar 2019, 14:51
SN289 (OO-SFG) to Accra back to BRU after turning around before Paris. Technical?
A lightning strike: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... -brussels/
And just airborne: same aircraft for the same routing:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... g#1fb97774
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/oo-sfg

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"...Flight TK-1944 from Brussels to Istanbul was enroute at FL370 about 300nm northwest of Sofia, when the crew needed to shut the left hand engine (PW1133) down due to loss of oil pressure..."

Source - more info:
http://avherald.com/h?article=4c54cde6&opt=0


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