MaxAvSafety: WKLY Commercial Incident/Accident Rpt 12/1/19. (See A320 Incident of note comment ##2)

MaxSez: Below find Subject Rpt. Provided as Professional Knowledge Gained. Your related news articles, first person accounts & Photos ect. Only by comment pls.
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Saturday Nov 30th 2019

Incident\ 20x20 Omni B762 near Las Vegas on Nov 29th 2019, smoke in cockpit

Accident\ 20x20 Laudamotion A320 at Vienna, enroute and Dublin on Nov 25th 2019, communication problems and fumes

Friday Nov 29th 2019

Incident\ 20x20 Helvetic E290 at Zurich on Nov 24th 2019, could not retract gear

Incident\ 20x20 Easyjet Switzerland A320 near Zagreb on Nov 13th 2019, big bang on nose then weather radar failure

Incident\ 20x20 France A332 near Moncton on Nov 23rd 2019, discrepancy between fuel estimated and fuel indicated

Incident\ 20x20 Antonov A124 at Ostend on Nov 26th 2019, rejected takeoff due to engine problem

Incident\ 20x20 JAL B773 at Tokyo on Sep 5th 2017, engine shut down in flight following uncontained failure

Incident\ 20x20 GoAir A20N at Bangalore on Nov 11th 2019, runway excursion on landing

Incident\ 20x20 India A321 at Bhubaneswar on Nov 8th 2019, fire seen from engine

Incident\ 20x20 Algerie B738 at Lyon on Nov 14th 2019, rejected takeoff due to snow plough on runway/operational error

Thursday Nov 28th 2019

Incident\ 20x20 AirAsia A320 at Chennai on Nov 28th 2019, hydraulic failure

Wednesday Nov 27th 2019

Incident\ 20x20 British Airways B772 near London on Nov 26th 2019, engine problem

Incident\ 20x20 Finnair A359 near Helsinki on Nov 26th 2019, hydraulic leak

Incident\ 20x20 Norwegian B738 at Aalesund on Nov 26th 2019, engine shut down in flight

Accident\ 20x20 Singapore A333 at Yangon on Nov 25th 2019, tail strike on landing

Incident\ 20x20 Canada B789 near Tokyo on Sep 1st 2019, cracked windshield

Incident\ 20x20 Canada B788 over Atlantic on Nov 23rd 2019, cracked windshield

Accident\ 20x20 Eurowings A319 near Berlin on Sep 9th 2019, turbulence causes injuries

Incident\ 20x20 Indonesia AirAsia A320 near Perth on Oct 15th 2017, loss of cabin pressure

Incident\ 20x20 Smartwings B738 over Aegean Sea on Aug 22nd 2019, engine shut down in flight, aircraft continued to Prague

Crash\ 20x20 Busy Bee D228 at Goma on Nov 24th 2019, impacted populated area past departure runway

Crash\ 20x20 Flydubai B738 at Rostov on Don on Mar 19th 2016, lost height on go around after stabilizer moved nose down following holding for 2 hours

Tuesday Nov 26th 2019

Incident\ 20x20 Delta B763 near Detroit on Nov 25th 2019, crew oxygen leak

Incident\ 20x20 GoAir A320 at Mumbai on Nov 26th 2019, engine problem

Incident\ 20x20 Spirit A321 near Grand Cayman on Nov 25th 2019, noisy overhead panel, fumes in cockpit

Accident\ 20x20 Proflight Zambia DH8C on Nov 25th 2019, lightning and hail strike, downdraft, severe turbulence

Incident\ 20x20 Transat A332 near Paris on Oct 19th 2019, heating panel issue

Incident\ 20x20 Transat A321 at Lake City Gateway on Nov 18th 2019, engine oil leak

Incident\ 20x20 Delta A320 near Nassau on Aug 17th 2019, engine shut down in flight

Incident\ 20x20 Jetblue A320 at West Palm Beach on Nov 25th 2019, bird strike

Monday Nov 25th 2019

Incident\ 20x20 SA Express DH8D at Johannesburg on Nov 20th 2019, engine shut down in flight

Incident\ 20x20 Canada Rouge A319 at Las Vegas on Nov 19th 2019, rejected takeoff due to hot brakes

Accident\ 20x20 Avior B734 at Bogota on Nov 22nd 2019, right main gear collapse during roll out

Sunday Nov 24th 2019

Accident\ 20x20 British Airways A320 at Paphos on Oct 19th 2019, fumes in cockpit, both pilots partially incapacitated

Incident\ 20x20 Flybe DH8D near Manchester on Nov 22nd 2019, engine shut down in flight

Incident\ 20x20 Aeroflot A320 near Rostov on Don on Nov 24th 2019, first officer dies in flight

Saturday Nov 23rd 2019

Incident\ 20x20 Neos B738 near Bari on Nov 21st 2019, pitot problems

Incident\ 20x20 Delta B752 near Syracuse on Nov 22nd 2019, engine shut down in flight

Incident\ 20x20 UIA B738 at Lviv on Nov 23rd 2019, runway excursion during line up

Friday Nov 22nd 2019

Incident\ 20x20 TAROM B737 near Bucharest on Nov 22nd 2019, suspected hydraulic leak

Incident\ 20x20 Delta BCS1 near Salt Lake City on Nov 21st 2019, navigation system problems

Incident\ 20x20 PIA AT42 at Islamabad on Nov 22nd 2019, engine shut down in flight

Incident\ 20x20 Philippine B773 at Los Angeles on Nov 21st 2019, engine surge

Accident\ 20x20 THY B738 at Odessa on Nov 21st 2019, runway excursion and nose gear collapse on landing

Incident\ 20x20 UIA B738 at Paris on Nov 11th 2018, navigation error

Incident\ 20x20 Wind Rose E145 at Kiev on Oct 26th 2019, bleed air leak prompts engine shut down in flight

Thursday Nov 21st 2019

Incident\ 20x20 Swift B734 at Miami on Nov 20th 2019, unsafe gear

Incident\ 20x20 JAC SF34 at Okadama on Nov 19th 2019, engine failure on final approach

Incident\ 20x20 Westjet Encore DH8D at Vancouver on Nov 11th 2019, vibrations in icing conditions

Incident\ 20x20 Sunwing B738 near Montreal on Nov 18th 2019, stabilizer out of trim

END (Source: AvHerald, Public Domine)


I did wonder what happened, when I saw it on Flightradar24. Thanks for letting me know!

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MaxSez: Below find the most significant item of f the week:

Accident: British Airways A320 at Paphos on Oct 19th 2019, fumes in cockpit, both pilots partially incapacitated

By Simon Hradecky, created Sunday, Nov 24th 2019 22:27Z, last updated Sunday, Nov 24th 2019 22:27Z

A British Airways Airbus A320-200, registration G-GATL performing flight BA-2676 from London Gatwick,EN (UK) to Paphos (Cyprus), was descending through 8000 feet to 6000 feet towards Paphos when the first officer noticed an unusual odour in the cockpit and queried the captain whether he would also smell onion bahjis, the captain indicated he did not. About 30 seconds later the first officer felt his arms and legs were tingling and he had the impression he was about to faint. He donned his oxygen masks and made sure oxygen was set to 100%. He then turned to the captain telling him, he didn’t feel good, but there was no response, the first officer then indicated he was incapacitated, still no response from the captain. After a couple of seconds the captain finally reacted stating very slowly he didn’t feel good, too, and donned his oxygen mask. Both pilots verified the captain’s oxygen was set to 100%. During that time several calls by ATC to descend to 4000 feet went unnoticed. The pilots recovered a bit, however, could not establish two way communication between them with the oxygen masks on, they figured the captain could hear the first officer but the first officer could not hear the captain. The captain was pilot flying and began to point to the checklist to be executed (smoke, fire, fumes), then throughout the approach pointed to the relevant levers to be operated for flaps and gear extension while the first officer continued to communicate with ATC and read the checklists. The aircraft landed safely on Paphos’ runway 29 about 13 minutes after the onset of trouble, the crew opened the cockpit windows immediately after roll out before taxiing to the stand.

Following shut down at the stand the captain went to the lavatory almost immediately, while the first officer checked with the cabin whether there was everything okay. The cabin had not noticed anything untoward, however, the flight attendant was shocked by the view of the first officer being completely pale. She stated there was a strong smell of fuel from the cockpit when the cockpit door opened. The tingling, confusion and difficulties to concentrate continued past the landing despite the oxygen mask. Both pilots went to a hospital where they were both diagnosed with very low blood oxygen saturation and feaver. The doctors recommended the flight crew to stay in hospital overnight for monitoring, however, the pilots preferred to go to the hotel and returned to London the next day as passengers, refusing to fly on the occurrence aircraft.

The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground for about 27 hours, then returned to London Gatwick as flight BA-2675 and continued service.

MaxNote: This is a recurring unsolved A320 isssue ap


seriously? this is a few-day old e2!

Thanks Max. Super cool stuff. Can’t believe that a brand new E2. It is interesting to see what happens in a few days. Sheesh.

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