MaxAvSafety; WW Commercial Accident/Incident Rpt (Expanded)

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Saturday Jun 2nd 2018
Incident Lufthansa A346 at Mexico City on May 28th 2018, burst 4 main tyres on landing
Incident Korean B772 near Tokyo on Jun 2nd 2018, cargo smoke indication
Incident PIA B772 at Lahore on Jun 2nd 2018, bird strike on landing
Friday Jun 1st 2018
Incident American B38M near Port of Spain on May 29th 2018, “we think somebody is stuck in our cargo hold”
Incident Ethiopian B788 near Sao Paulo on May 31st 2018, cracked windshield
Incident Lufthansa A321 near Izmir on Jun 1st 2018, electrical odour in cabin
Incident Lufthansa A321 at Frankfurt on Jun 1st 2018, engine failure on departure
Incident Spicejet B738 at Ahmedabad on Jun 1st 2018, rejected takeoff due to burst tyre
Incident United B772 near Halifax on May 28th 2018, engine oil leak
Incident Qantas A333 at Sydney on Jun 1st 2018, engine issue
Incident Virgin Australia B738 near Coolangatta on Jun 1st 2018, smoke in cockpit
Thursday May 31st 2018
Incident Yakutia AN24 at Yakutsk on May 30th 2018, burst all main tyres on vacating the runway after landing
Incident Piedmont E145 near Boston on May 30th 2018, smoke in cockpit
Incident Allegiant A320 near Gainesville on May 31st 2018, pilot incapacitated
Incident Calm AT72 near Winnipeg on May 24th 2018, uncapped engine
Accident Colgan DH8D near Washington on May 16th 2011, turbulence injures flight attendant
Accident Flybe DH8D at Amsterdam on Feb 23rd 2017, right main gear collapse on landing
Incident Condor B763 near Minneapolis on May 29th 2018, smoke in cockpit
Wednesday May 30th 2018
Incident Jayawijaya B732 at Wamena on May 25th 2018, dropped thrust reverser and veered off runway on landing
Incident Capital Beijing A321 near Hangzhou on May 29th 2018, cracked window
Incident Canadian North B732 near Norman Wells on May 23rd 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident United B763 at Munich on May 30th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident Mango B733 near Port Elizabeth on May 4th 2018, loss of cabin pressure
Tuesday May 29th 2018
Incident United B739 at Chicago on May 29th 2018, flaps/slats issue
Incident Jazz CRJ2 near Montreal on May 19th 2018, unidentified aural alarm prompts emergency
Incident AMC B735 at Sliac on Aug 2nd 2017, gear and brakes problem
Incident SAS B738 near Amsterdam on May 29th 2018, smoke in cabin
Incident Qatar A333 near Baku on May 29th 2018, engine problem
Incident Condor B763 at Mombasa on May 29th 2018, rejected takeoff due to crowed engine
Crash Malaysia B772 over Gulf of Thailand on Mar 8th 2014, aircraft missing, data indicate flight MH-370 ended west of Australia, first MH-370 debris identified, search ended
Monday May 28th 2018
Incident Sunday B752 at Antalya on May 26th 2018, burst two right main tyres on landing
Accident UTAir B735 at Magnitogorsk and Moscow on May 28th 2018, left inboard main wheel separated on departure
Incident Jazz CRJ9 near Vancouver on May 18th 2018, multiple system warnings
Incident Jazz DH8D near Montreal on May 19th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Sunday May 27th 2018
Incident SriLankan A333 at Kochi on May 27th 2018, temporary runway excursion on landing
Accident Frontier A320 near Phoenix on May 27th 2018, odour on board
Incident Small Planet A320 near Bergerac on May 26th 2018, cabin pressure problem
Incident Yeti JS41 at Bharatpur on May 27th 2018, bird strike
Crash Global Damojh B732 at Havana on May 18th 2018, lost height shortly after takeoff
Saturday May 26th 2018
Incident Mediterranean B734 at Dusseldorf on May 24th 2018, cracked windshield
Incident American A319 near Kingston on May 25th 2018, smoke seen in cabin
Friday May 25th 2018
Incident Delta B752 at Dallas on May 23rd 2018, could not pressurize cabin
Incident Republic E170 near Tulsa on May 24t 2018, pressurization problem
Incident Germania A321 at Tel Aviv on May 24th 2018, smoke on board
Incident Jazz DH8D at Edmonton on May 15th 2018, hydraulic leak
Incident Jetstar A320 at Sydney on May 9th 2018, flap and gear overspeed on go around
Incident Volaris A320 at Leon on May 14th 2018, bird strike
Thursday May 24th 2018
Incident JAL B763 at Kumamoto on May 24th 2018, raining engine
Incident Jetblue E190 at Buffalo on May 24th 2018, bird strike
Incident Qantas B738 at Auckland on May 24th 2018, ovenly signallingEND
(Source: AvHerald)

SIGNIFICANT:
1). Incident: American B38M near Port of Spain on May 29th 2018, “we think somebody is stuck in our cargo hold”
By Simon Hradecky, created Friday, Jun 1st 2018 22:59Z, last updated Friday, Jun 1st 2018 22:59Z
An American Airlines Boeing 737-800MAX, registration N308RD performing flight AA-2282 from Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) to Miami,FL (USA), was climbing through FL160 out of Port of Spain when the crew reported they thought somebody was stuck in their cargo hold, they heard noise from the cargo hold believed to be screaming. The aircraft returned to Port of Spain for a safe landing about 35 minutes after departure.
Nobody was found in the cargo holds. The aircraft remained on the ground for about 2.5 hours, then departed again and reached Miami with a delay of 2.5 hours.
The airline confirmed the aircraft returned due to some unusual noise. However, the noise appeared to have been caused by some mechanical problem rather than a hapless stowaway.

  1. Incident: United B739 at Chicago on May 29th 2018, flaps/slats issue
    By Simon Hradecky, created Tuesday, May 29th 2018 21:10Z, last updated Tuesday, May 29th 2018 21:10Z
    A United Boeing 737-900, registration N37470 performing flight UA-2192 from Tampa,FL to Chicago O’Hare,IL (USA) with 191 people on board, was on final approach to O’Hare’s runway 10R descending through abou 1500 feet MSL when the crew initiated a go around reporting a flaps issue. The crew subsequently requested a long downwind to work the checklists, however, after working the checklists needed to declare emergency reporting the slats would not extend and requested runway 10C. ATC re-assigned runway 10R to a number of aircraft on approach to runway 10C and vectors UA-2191 for an approach to runway 10C. When ATC instructed the aircraft to reduce speed to 170 KIAS, the crew responded “We will once we get our flaps out”, ATC accepted. The aircraft landed safely on runway 10C at a higher than normal speed (about 178 knots over ground).

  2. Incident: Jayawijaya B732 at Wamena on May 25th 2018, dropped thrust reverser and veered off runway on landing
    By Simon Hradecky, created Friday, May 25th 2018 16:39Z, last updated Wednesday, May 30th 2018 23:44Z
    A Jayawijaya Dirgantara Boeing 737-200 freighter, registration PK-JRM performing a freight flight from Jayapura to Wamena (Indonesia) with a cargo of food including rice, cement and other cargo weighing 12,557 kg, landed on Wamena’s runway 15 at 14:08L (04:08Z) but dropped the right hand thrust reverser (engine JT8D) in the touch down zone. The aircraft subsequently veered off the runway to the left, departed the left hand runway edge about 800 meters down the runway and came to a stop with all gear on soft ground about 800 meters further down the runway, about 50 meters off the edge of the runway. No injuries are being reported, the damage to the aircraft is being assessed.
    Local authorities reported sufficient runway length remained available for Hercules aircraft and some small passenger aircraft caught at the outposts to operate on the runway. The aircraft is anticipated to be cleared off the runway later the day.

4.Incident: Jetstar A320 at Sydney on May 9th 2018, flap and gear overspeed on go around
By Simon Hradecky, created Friday, May 25th 2018 15:58Z, last updated Friday, May 25th 2018 15:58Z
A Jetstar Airbus A320-200, registration VH-VQL performing flight JQ-608 from Avalon,VI to Sydney,NS (Australia), was on final approach to Sydney’s runway 34L with the first officer being pilot flying, when the crew elected to go around at about 1200 feet MSL due to the approach not being stabilized. During the go around the maximum speeds for flaps and moving gear were exceeded due to incorrect trim. The captain assumed control of the aircraft, completed the go around and landed the aircraft safely about 13 minutes later.
The ATSB rated the occurrence an incident and opened an investigation.

  1. Incident: JAL B763 at Kumamoto on May 24th 2018, raining engine
    By Simon Hradecky, created Thursday, May 24th 2018 21:19Z, last updated Thursday, May 24th 2018 21:19Z
    A JAL Japan Airlines Boeing 767-300, registration JA8980 performing flight JL-632 from Kumamoto to Tokyo Haneda (Japan) with 209 passengers and 8 crew, was climbing through about 6000 feet out of Kumamoto’s runway 25 when the crew observed vibrations from the left hand engine (CF6) as well as increasing exhaust gas temperatures. The crew reduced the engine to idle thrust, stopped the climb and returned to Kumamoto for a safe landing on runway 25 about 25 minutes after departure.
    A ground witness, director of a local hospital, reported they heard noise, glass of a car parked outside the hospital as well as a window of the hospital shattered when metallic pieces fell onto the ground. None of the 10 patients affected by the broken window was injured.
    Japan’s Ministry of Transport reported metallic pieces, size up to 5cm by 5cm (2 inches by 2 inches) of the left hand engine, parts of turbine, were found about 7km southwest of the aerodrome and 9 other locations below the flight path of the aircraft. A post flight examination revealed the engine debris had also scratched the horizontal stabilizer. The occurrence was rated a serious incident and will be investigated by the JTSB.
    The airline reported the passengers were rebooked onto the next flights.
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@Delta319. MaxSez: The source publishes final Incident/Accident Rpts as publised Publically. Lesson Learned. Regards

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Okay @SkyHighGuys what did you do this time?

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I was not on that flight so nothing :)

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Another B732 that was in service.

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This is an awesome topic keep it up I love it!

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MaxSez: For the Record. Crash: Malaysia B772 over Gulf of Thailand on Mar 8th 2014, aircraft missing, data indicate flight MH-370 ended west of Australia, first MH-370 SEARCH ENDED

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Thanks Max I like these series! Awesome job😀

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Lots of stuff has happened this year. 2018 has not been a good year for avaition so far.

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