MaxAvSafety: WW Wkly Commercial Accident/Incident Rpt

MaxSez: Provided as professional knowledge gained. Pls Add, Correct, update, provide first person account and photo’s/videos of items listed.
Additionally, pls add missed or unreported commercial like items as separate comments:

Saturday Aug 5th 2017
Accident American A321 near Port of Spain on Aug 2nd 2017, “little bit of turbulence” injures a few passengers
Incident Atlasglobal A321 near Kuwait on Aug 5th 2017, loss of cabin pressure
Incident Aeroflot A332 at Moscow on Aug 4th 2017, flaps did not retract
Friday Aug 4th 2017
Incident Egypt A332 at Madinah on Aug 4th 2017, smoke in cockpit
Incident UPS MD11 over Atlantic on Aug 4th 2017, smoke on board
Incident American B772 near Brasilia on Aug 3rd 2017, engine problem
Incident Qantas B744 near Sydney on Aug 4th 2017, cracked windshield
Incident Qantas A388 at Sydney on Aug 4th 2017, could not retract flaps
Incident Austrian F100 near Vienna on Aug 1st 2017, engine problem
Incident Westjet B738 near Winnipeg on Jul 31st 2017, smoking audio panel
Incident Cebu Pacific A333 at Cebu City on Aug 4th 2017, runway excursion during backtrack
Incident Spicejet DH8D at Kozhikode on Aug 4th 2017, temporary runway excursion on landing
Thursday Aug 3rd 2017
Incident ANA A320 near Nagoya on Aug 3rd 2017, engine shut down in flight
Accident Jetblue A320 near Oklahoma City on Aug 2nd 2017, odour injures passengers
Incident United A320 at Norfolk on Aug 2nd 2017, hydraulic failure
Accident Polar AN26 at Belaya Gora on Oct 11th 2016, touched down off runway
Incident UPS A306 at Springfield on Aug 1st 2017, bird strike
Incident Hunnu AT72 near Murun on Jul 23rd 2017, engine shut down in flight
Incident AMC B735 at Sliac on Aug 2nd 2017, gear and brakes problem
Incident Canada A320 at San Francisco on Jul 7th 2017, lined up with taxiway for landing
Wednesday Aug 2nd 2017
Incident White AT72 at Lisbon on Jul 28th 2017, dropped engine access door
Incident El Al B738 at Bucharest on Aug 1st 2017, strange loud noise in cockpit
Incident British Airways A320 at Berlin on Jul 30th 2017, hydraulic failure
Incident Singapore A359 at Dusseldorf on Aug 1st 2017, nose wheel steering failure
Incident Southwest B737 at Chicago on Aug 1st 2017, flaps problem
Incident Lufthansa B748 near Frankfurt on Aug 1st 2017, strong odour on board
Incident Jetblue A320 near Tampa on Jul 24th 2017, cabin did not pressurize
Accident Aeroflot B773 near Bangkok on May 1st 2017, turbulence injures 36
Accident Eastern Air Lines B737 at New York on Oct 27th 2016, overran runway on landing long
Tuesday Aug 1st 2017
Incident Iberia A332 near Salt Lake City on Jul 28th 2017, engine shut down in flight
Incident United near Houston on Jul 25th 2017, pressurization issue
Incident Swiss A319 at Zurich on Aug 1st 2017, slight brakes problems
Incident Canada Rouge B763 near Montreal on Jul 3rd 2017, PAN toilets
Incident Canada B788 near Vancouver on Jul 27th 2017, odour of burned rubber on board
Incident Spirit A319 near Fort Lauderdale on Jul 31st 2017, odour in cockpit
Incident Virgin Atlantic B789 near Los Angeles on Jul 30th 2017, engine shut down in flight
Incident Lufthansa A20N near Frankfurt on Jul 31st 2017, engine problem
Incident Travel Service B738 at Bourgas on Aug 1st 2017, indication of fire on board
Monday Jul 31st 2017
Accident British Airways B788 at London on Jul 22nd 2017, lightning strike
Incident Aegean A320 over Italy on Jul 14th 2017, loss of communication prompts intercept
Incident Volotea B712 at Venice on Jul 27th 2017, engine problem
Incident Moldova A320 at Chisinau on Jul 26th 2017, burst tyre on landing
Incident JetairFly B738 at Brussels on Jul 29th 2017, flaps problem
Incident Etihad A346 at Mumbai on Jul 31st 2017, burst tyre on landing
Incident ConocoPhillips B737 at Deadhorse on Jul 28th 2017, caribou strike
Incident Wizz A320 near Barcelona on Jul 29th 2017, smoke in cockpit
Incident SriLankan A332 near Colombo on Jul 30th 2017, LiOn battery pack catches fire in cabin
Incident Lufthansa A321 at Frankfurt on Jul 29th 2017, hydraulic problems
Incident Aeromexico Connect E190 at Merida on Jun 30th 2017, engine problem
Saturday Jul 29th 2017
Incident Virgin Atlantic B789 over Greenland on Jul 29th 2017, engine problem
Incident THY A321 at Istanbul on Jul 29th 2017, rejected takeoff due to engine failure
Accident Cavok AN74 at Sao Tome on Jul 29th 2017, rejected takeoff due to flock of birds results in runway overrun
Incident Vueling A320 and Blue Panorama B763 near Barcelona on Jul 24th 2016, near collision
( Av Herald)

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Is there any more information? I really hope this isn’t a big deal for the NEO.

Isn’t that kinda the same thing that happened to that Spirit A20N?

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@nicochile2. As requested…

Incident: Lufthansa A20N near Frankfurt on Jul 31st 2017, engine problem
Tuesday, Aug 1st 2017 18:52Z
A Lufthansa Airbus A320-200N, registration D-AINC performing flight LH-808 from Frankfurt/Main (Germany) to Stockholm (Sweden) with 170 passengers, was enroute at FL370 about 230nm northnortheast of Frankfurt when the crew decided to return to Frankfurt advising one of the engines (PW1127) was not delivering commanded thrust. The aircraft maintained FL370 for the way back and performed a safe landing on Frankfurt’s runway 07C about 50 minutes after turning around.

The airline reported one of the engines temporarily delivered less thrust than expected. Therefore the captain decided to return to Frankfurt as a precaution.

The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground about 22 hours after landing back.

Note: From comments this incident; appears some airlines have restricted AC w/engine PW1112 to FL300 or below NFI

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It was not me, I swear

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Also, what exactly happened here @Maxmustang??

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IMG_0630@AllegiantAir… per yr req, Max;

@AllegiantAir… Accident: Cavok AN74 at Sao Tome on Jul 29th 2017, rejected takeoff due to flock of birds results in runway overrun
Saturday, Jul 29th 2017 21:34Z
A Cavok Air Antonov AN-74TK-100, registration UR-CKC performing a flight from Sao Tome (Sao Tome and Principe) to an unknown destination with 6 crew, was accelerating for takeoff from Sao Tome’s runway 29 when the right hand engine (D36) ingested a number of birds prompting the crew to reject takeoff. The aircraft overran the end of the runway and went down a slope before coming to a stop on soft ground. Five crew members received injuries, the aircraft received substantial damage beyond repair.

Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Yuri Lavrenyuk reported the flight was attempting takeoff when according to preliminary information the right hand engine received a bird strike, the takeoff was rejected, the aircraft went past the runway end. All crew members received injuries.

Sao Tome’s Civil Aviation Authority reported the aircraft rejected takeoff for some problem at about 11:00L (11:00Z) and suffered an accident. Five of the six people on board received injuries, one of them needed surgical treatment. The aircraft suffered substantial damage. An accident investigation commission has been formed.

The occurrence aircraft had operated to Sao Tome on Jul 27th 2017 from Stavanger (Norway) via Luxembourg (Luxembourg) and Ghardaia (Algeria) and was presumably departing for the return flight.

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What about the American A330 that suffered turbulence over the Atlantic Ocean?

@Kevin_Potthast… Date, Airline, Flight Number.

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@Maxmustang 2/AUG/2017, American Airlines flight 759, 10 injured due to severe turbulence over Atlantic ocean.

@Kevin_Potthast… As Req, Max

Accident: American A321 near Port of Spain on Aug 2nd 2017, “little bit of turbulence” injures a few passengers. IMG_0631Saturday, Aug 5th 2017 23:47Z
An American Airlines Airbus A321-200, registration N996AN performing flight AA-2713 from Miami,FL (USA) to Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago), was enroute at FL330 about to reach the top of descent into Port of Spain when the crew requested medical assistance meet the aircraft upon arrival advising “a little bit of turbulence” had injured a few passengers, about 10 people would need medical attention. The aircraft started the descent into Port of Spain about 6 minutes later and landed safely on Port of Spain’s runway 10 about 30 minutes later. 3 passengers were taken to hospitals, 2 of them discharged a short time later, one passenger remained in hospital. A number of passengers were treated at the airport for minor injuries.

The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground for about 18v hours and departed for the return flight the following afternoon around 15:16L with a delay of 8:16 hours.

Passengers reported the aircraft encountered turbulence about one hour prior to arrival in Port of Spain. The aircraft suffered a number of jolts throwing passengers against the cabin ceiling and back onto the floor, even passengers with seat belts closed were bumped against the overhead lockers.

Radar data suggest the aircraft encountered the turbulence at about about 20:25L (00:25Z Aug 3rd), when the aircraft encountered an altitude deviation up to FL331 about 100nm south of San Juan (Puerto Rico).

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Yikes, American and their turbulence this week.

@Maxmustang these three please

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And this one. I almost forgot about this one.

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It’s amazing that every time there are at least a few of those. What the hell?

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Well, there the two are… 2 on the same day…

Saw Eastern Air Lines… Didn’t they go defunct in the 80s?

They came back from the dead.

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Go check Wikipedia…
I’m not sure how it happened though. All I know is that, as @Qantas737guy said, they are back.

@Nichalas_Petranek. MaxSez: passed on the routine incidents: Caribou Strike,
In Alaska, no delay minor skin damage, Hydraulic problem, minor leak/gage error. & Nose Wheel steering, indication master warning only No significant damage or flight interruption. Takes time to extract the report which has no useful or interesting data included.

Accident: Jetblue A320 near Oklahoma City on Aug 2nd 2017, odour injures passengers

A Jetblue Airbus A320-200, registration N521JB performing flight B6-944 (dep Aug 1st) from Long Beach,CA to Fort Lauderdale,FL (USA), was enroute at FL350 about 140nm west of Oklahoma City,OK (USA) when the crew decided to divert to Oklahoma City reporting an unknown odour on board caused about 20-25 passengers to suffer from breathing difficulties. The aircraft landed safely on Oklahoma’s runway 17R about 25 minutes later. Emergency services including 8 ambulances awaited the aircraft, paramedics treated a number of passengers at the airport administering oxygen to them, an unknown number of passengers were taken to hospitals.

Emergency services they were informed about 20-25 passengers suffering from breathing problems following an unknown odour on board.

Authorities determined the odour came from the back of the aircraft.

A replacement A320-200 registration N507JT departed about 8 hours after the occurrence aircraft landed in Oklahoma City and reached Fort Lauderdale with a delay of 9 hours.

The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground for 10 hours, then returned to service.

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