Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2021

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So they did dump over the ardennes apparently
https://youtu.be/yyp2rp5wX4Q
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ANR closed this afternoon for rwy painting works.

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Acid-drop wrote: 21 Feb 2021, 19:23 So they did dump over the ardennes apparently
The fuel evaporates in a couple of thousand feeth, it won’t reach the ground.

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Poiu wrote: 22 Feb 2021, 14:43
Acid-drop wrote: 21 Feb 2021, 19:23 So they did dump over the ardennes apparently
The fuel evaporates in a couple of thousand feeth, it won’t reach the ground.
They asked a divertion to LGG "because of the longer runway" (cfr LiveATC.net).

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Damage to a body gear door of a Singapore B747-400 freighter Dallas-Brussels:

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Engine shutdown on board an easyJet Switzerland Airbus A320 BRU-GVA on February 28th.

http://avherald.com/h?article=4e3da9ff&opt=0

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sdbelgium wrote: 03 Mar 2021, 17:15 Engine shutdown on board an easyJet Switzerland Airbus A320 BRU-GVA on February 28th.

http://avherald.com/h?article=4e3da9ff&opt=0
I read there were 39 people on board. Counting 6 crew for an A320, that means only 33 passengers!
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sn26567 wrote: 03 Mar 2021, 18:47
sdbelgium wrote: 03 Mar 2021, 17:15 Engine shutdown on board an easyJet Switzerland Airbus A320 BRU-GVA on February 28th.

http://avherald.com/h?article=4e3da9ff&opt=0
I read there were 39 people on board. Counting 6 crew for an A320, that means only 33 passengers!
I'd say "that many passengers".

From https://diplomatie.belgium.be/en "All non-essential travel abroad is forbidden"

And during the week 03MAR-09MAR, I see 4 SN and 2 U2 flights with A32S, plus the daily CNJ of Flexflight. That's a lot of essential travelling, probably mainly diplomats.

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Hello,

Tui B738 which was to leave for a test flight is now stopped before runway 25R. Surrounded by fire engines and inspection cars! It came out of the maintenance hangar, maybe a problem with this one ..?
Vehicles travel the path of the B738 surely looking for parts of the plane or other.
Update : Leaking fluid
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Samuel Zerilli wrote: 12 Mar 2021, 11:59 Hello,

Tui B738 which was to leave for a test flight is now stopped before runway 25R. Surrounded by fire engines and inspection cars! It came out of the maintenance hangar, maybe a problem with this one ..?
Vehicles travel the path of the B738 surely looking for parts of the plane or other.
Update : Leaking fluid
Fuel leak from right wing tank during taxi.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tui- ... s-airport/
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@EBBR - around 12:30 a VistaJet CL35 9H-VCL aborted take-off from rwy 25R at moderate speed, then positioned for about 10 min. at the engine-testrun site (near twy Y) and finally returning back to the GA apron.

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@EBAW at 23LT + a few seconds, a biz jet departing on an intercontinental flight, cancelled take-off on ATC's instruction, as the airport was officially closed at 23LT.
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DIBO wrote: 16 Mar 2021, 23:37 @EBAW at 23LT + a few seconds, a biz jet departing on an intercontinental flight, cancelled take-off on ATC's instruction, as the airport was officially closed at 23LT.
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Incredible. This will give a bad reputation to ANR and skeyes.
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sn26567 wrote: 17 Mar 2021, 10:34
DIBO wrote: 16 Mar 2021, 23:37 @EBAW at 23LT + a few seconds, a biz jet departing on an intercontinental flight, cancelled take-off on ATC's instruction, as the airport was officially closed at 23LT.
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Incredible. This will give a bad reputation to ANR and skeyes.
Despite being advised they needed to be airborne before 2300, the biz jet, as happens often, taxied very slow, they probably didn’t want their customers to spill Dom Perignon.
Night bans are very strict, not only in Belgium. NIMBYs around the airport are watching closely!

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Air Atlanta flight ABD4500 is currently dumping fuel near OST.

Update;
The 747 left LGG bound for ATL and is now returing to LGG.

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PR-ANX did a missed approach and is circling at this moment :!: :?:
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Landed at 22.23, about half an hour after its first missed approach.

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sdbelgium wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 22:38 Landed at 22.23, about half an hour after its first missed approach.
According to my information this would be due to faulty flaps. During his second approach he told the tower that he was going to land with a fast speed which suggests a problem with the flaps.
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Samuel Zerilli wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 22:41
sdbelgium wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 22:38 Landed at 22.23, about half an hour after its first missed approach.
According to my information this would be due to faulty flaps. During his second approach he told the tower that he was going to land with a fast speed which suggests a problem with the flaps.
is there a chance the departure will be delayed or is this nothing worse? :geek:

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Samuel Zerilli wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 22:41
sdbelgium wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 22:38 Landed at 22.23, about half an hour after its first missed approach.
According to my information this would be due to faulty flaps. During his second approach he told the tower that he was going to land with a fast speed which suggests a problem with the flaps.
It was indeed a flaps problem:

http://avherald.com/h?article=4e58156b
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