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

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

Post by sn26567 » 10 Sep 2019, 23:06

Homo Aeroportus wrote:
01 Sep 2019, 10:55
nordikcam wrote:
31 Aug 2019, 18:22

Nothing ends... :cry: So I predicted Washington...it will be the first one tomorrow...Second and third ones ?
Good guess !

As of now : 3 cancellations and 1 delay.

SN515 to : IAD
STD : 10:15
31AUG1544 : SFB > SFW
31AUG1547 : Cancelled


SN551 to : YYZ
STD : 10:45
31AUG1544 : SFW > SFB
31AUG1909 : SFB > SFF
31AUG1944 : Cancelled


SN371 to : DLA
STD : 10:50
31AUG2250 : SFG > SFU
31AUG2254 : Cancelled


SN277 to : ACC
STD : 10:40
31AUG1909 : SFF > SFD
31AUG2033 : SFD > SFC
31AUG2249 : 1040 > 1210


H.A.
This is why Brussels Airlines has cancelled several long-haul flights

The fact is not trivial. Brussels Airlines had to cancel eight long-haul flights since August 26th. Did the Belgian airline, or its shareholder Lufthansa, change the strategy for long-haul flights? Some people have asked the question.

It is not so. In fact, Brussels Airlines experienced simultaneous technical problems on two of its Airbus A330s, forcing the airline to cancel some of its flights to Africa and North America. The repairs took several days. One of the planes had to change its front landing gear while the other had to make repairs in its cargo hold.

Everything is back in order, explains Wencke Lemmes, Brussels Airlines spokesperson. As a reminder, the Belgian company uses, on average, nine long-haul aircraft per day, to Africa, Canada and the United States.

Original article in La Libre Belgique: https://www.lalibre.be/economie/entrepr ... 229e46ba90

And don't ask why the article is illustrated with an A319!
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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2019

Post by Passenger » 11 Sep 2019, 22:11

Tarom RO-374 BRU-OTP Brussels-Bucharest just diverted to FRA Frankfurt.

flight, replay:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flig ... 4#220fba92

RO-374:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/ro374

YR-BGH 737-700:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/yr-bgh

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

Post by Homo Aeroportus » 12 Sep 2019, 09:27

sn26567 wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 23:06
Homo Aeroportus wrote:
01 Sep 2019, 10:55
nordikcam wrote:
31 Aug 2019, 18:22

Nothing ends... :cry: So I predicted Washington...it will be the first one tomorrow...Second and third ones ?
Good guess !

As of now : 3 cancellations and 1 delay.

SN515 to : IAD
STD : 10:15
31AUG1544 : SFB > SFW
31AUG1547 : Cancelled


SN551 to : YYZ
STD : 10:45
31AUG1544 : SFW > SFB
31AUG1909 : SFB > SFF
31AUG1944 : Cancelled


SN371 to : DLA
STD : 10:50
31AUG2250 : SFG > SFU
31AUG2254 : Cancelled


SN277 to : ACC
STD : 10:40
31AUG1909 : SFF > SFD
31AUG2033 : SFD > SFC
31AUG2249 : 1040 > 1210


H.A.
This is why Brussels Airlines has cancelled several long-haul flights

The fact is not trivial. Brussels Airlines had to cancel eight long-haul flights since August 26th. Did the Belgian airline, or its shareholder Lufthansa, change the strategy for long-haul flights? Some people have asked the question.

It is not so. In fact, Brussels Airlines experienced simultaneous technical problems on two of its Airbus A330s, forcing the airline to cancel some of its flights to Africa and North America. The repairs took several days. One of the planes had to change its front landing gear while the other had to make repairs in its cargo hold.

Everything is back in order, explains Wencke Lemmes, Brussels Airlines spokesperson. As a reminder, the Belgian company uses, on average, nine long-haul aircraft per day, to Africa, Canada and the United States.

Original article in La Libre Belgique: https://www.lalibre.be/economie/entrepr ... 229e46ba90

And don't ask why the article is illustrated with an A319!
The "journalist" from La Libre should have read my post and he would have completed his article by giving the registration of the two aircraft affected, i.e. OO-SFW, -SFF, and -SFU.
Not forgetting OO-SFZ that was AOG between 19AUG and 03SEP.
:roll:

H.A.

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