MadMax AvSafety: Weekly Aviation Reported Accident/Incident Summay

Sunday Apr 24th 2016
Incident KLM B744 at Amsterdam on Apr 24th 2016, bird strike
Incident United B764 near Zurich on Apr 24th 2016, could not retract gear
Saturday Apr 23rd 2016
Incident Norwegian International B738 near Helsinki on Apr 23rd 2016, lightning strike
Incident PIA B772 near Shannon on Apr 23rd 2016, lavatory smoke indication
Incident Egypt E170 near Tel Aviv on Apr 23rd 2016, loss of communication upon entering Israeli Airspace
Incident Cathay B773 near Chongqing on Apr 23rd 2016, engine problem
Friday Apr 22nd 2016
Incident Polar Air Cargo B748 over Pacific on Apr 22nd 2016, captain incapacitated
Incident Delta A319 near Los Angeles on Apr 22nd 2016, cabin pressure problems
Incident Norwegian B738 at Aalesund on Apr 22nd 2016, lightning strike
Incident American B752 near Raleigh/Durham on Apr 22nd 2016, cracked windshield
Incident UTAir AT72 at Voronezh on Apr 22nd 2016, runway excursion on landing
Incident China Southern B738 at Urumqui on Apr 22nd 2016, rejected takeoff
Thursday Apr 21st 2016
Incident British Airways A320 near Gothenburg on Apr 21st 2016, fumes in cockpit
Incident Singapore A333 near Singapore on Apr 21st 2016, passenger oxygen masks released
Accident Southwest B737 near Buffalo on Apr 21st 2016, turbulence injures two flight attendants
Incident Endeavor CRJ9 at New York on Apr 21st 2016, bird strike on landing
Incident Austrian A320 near Istanbul on Apr 21st 2016, fumes on board
Incident American A321 near Las Vegas on Apr 21st 2016, bird strike
Incident Lufthansa A321 at Munich on Apr 21st 2016, engine shut down in flight
Wednesday Apr 20th 2016
Incident Berlin A332 near Kuwait on Apr 20th 2016, electronic problems
Accident Exploits Valley B190 at Gander on Apr 20th 2016, nose gear collapsed on landing
Incident THY A321 at Skopje on Apr 20th 2016, rejected takeoff due to engine failure
Incident Mesa CRJ9 at Dallas on Apr 20th 2016, rejected takeoff due to flight controls problem
Tuesday Apr 19th 2016
Incident Nippon Cargo B748 at Anchorage on Apr 19th 2016, bird strike
Incident PSA CRJ2 at Greenville on Apr 19th 2016, flaps up landing
Monday Apr 18th 2016
Incident Skywest CRJ7 near San Francisco on Apr 18th 2016, chilled windscreen
Incident TAROM B733 at Bucharest on Apr 18th 2016, dooritis
Incident Air France B772 at Osaka on Apr 18th 2016, low tyre pressure indication
Sunday Apr 17th 2016
Incident Ibex CRJ7 at enroute on Apr 17th 2016, loss of cabin pressure
Incident British Airways A320 at London on Apr 17th 2016, drone impacts aircraft
Incident Swiss A333 over Atlantic on Apr 17th 2016, hydraulic failure
Incident United B789 near Sydney on Apr 17th 2016, unusual odour in cabin
Accident China Airlines B738 near Guam on Apr 17th 2016, loss of cabin pressure
Saturday Apr 16th 2016
Incident Lufthansa A321 at Venice on Apr 16th 2016, rejected takeoff due to bird strike
Incident Montenegro E195 at Dusseldorf on Apr 16th 2016, cracked windshield
Incident British Airways B744 over Atlantic and New York on Apr 16th 2016, engine shut down, hydraulic and brakes problems after go around
Incident Lufthansa A321 at Barcelona on Apr 16th 2016, engine problem
Incident Druk A319 near Guwahati on Apr 16th 2016, hail strike
Incident Easyjet A319 at Manchester on Apr 16th 2016, gear door remained open after gear retraction
Incident Iberia A332 near Fortaleza on Apr 16th 2016, smoke in cabin
Incident Etihad A346 near Munich on Apr 16th 2016, loss of cabin pressure
Accident Easyjet A319 near Toulouse on Apr 16th 2016, fumes in cabin
Friday Apr 15th 2016
Accident Polar Air Cargo B748 at Los Angeles on Apr 15th 2016, engine pod strike
Incident Kalstar AT72 at Banjarmasin on Apr 15th 2016, engine fire indication
Thursday Apr 14th 2016
Incident Atlasglobal A321 at Ercan on Apr 14th 2016, could not fully retract landing gear
Incident KLM A332 near Bahrain on Apr 14th 2016, lightning strike
Incident Laser MD81 at Porlamar on Apr 14th 2016, engine failure
Incident Endeavor CRJ9 near Charleston on Apr 14th 2016, bird strike cracks windshield
Incident SEAir A320 at Kalibo on Apr 14th 2016, burst tyre on landing
(AvHerald)

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So what is this for? I mean I know you are trying to tell us about recent incidents but why remind us of bad things?

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Great job, Max. Now I don’t want to fly on my 3 hour flight to Istanbul, then 10 hour back home.

Joking. I would never not want to fly.

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maybe for awareness?

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He wants to make you afraid of flying.

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@Maxmustang Where did you find this?

@Padi3_14… Ian, I always identify and cite the source, note (AvHerald) at the bottom of the text. Max

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Interesting to see all the situations that pilots have to train for being put to the test in the real world. Two events in particular stuck out to me:

  1. Another drone incident. How much longer do you think it will be until drones are outlawed for recreational use?
  2. The incapacitated pilot incident. I’ll have to do some more looking in to this one but I’m curious as to what the procedure is for the crew and what ended up happening to the pilot. How many crew members are on the flight deck of a B748?
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What is this?😜

@Chad_Garnett… The drone Incidant has been reclassified as a non-Incidant the last I read it was a drifting plastic bag. The incapacitated pilot, poss heart attach. Max

@Winner580… “Dooritis” Trade term routinely refers to an “Open Door/ Hatch Warning” in this case a cargo door. Max

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Who changed the title?

You 6 minutes ago.

haha. very funny. Before that, someone spelt incident and accident wrong.

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Really, you are the only one who shows up when checking the editing widget.

@Narroc_Wim@Sturmovik… Ok, Max spells phonetically. Old mans habit, just lazy, and the Pad spell check sucks! Thanks for the correction Bill. Tune in tomorrow for my spelling, cap and punctuation error 1000+. LOL

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That’s why we have professional crews that can handle all of these situations. While it seems like there are a lot of incidents, consider the amount of flights every week and you’ll realize that there are very little incidents.

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