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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Recent Aviation Incidents

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Delta B744 over China on Jun 17th 2015, hail strike
A Delta Airlines Boeing 747-400, registration N664US performing flight DL-159 (dep Jun 16th) from Detroit,MI (USA) to Seoul (South Korea), was enroute over China when the aircraft encountered hail causing substantial damage to the aircraft's radome...
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Egypt A321 near Cairo on Jun 28th 2015, autopilot failure
An Egypt Air Airbus A321-200, registration SU-GBV performing flight MS-630 from Cairo (Egypt) to Abha (Saudi Arabia) with 65 passengers, was climbing through FL200 out of Cairo when the crew decided to return to Cairo reporting the failure of the...
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Jazz CRJ9 near Calgary on Jun 25th 2015, hydraulic failure ultimately leads to taxiway excursion
A Jazz Canadair CRJ-705, registration C-FTJZ performing flight QK-8339 from Winnipeg,MB to Calgary,AB (Canada), was on approach to Calgary when the crew received indication of the failure of the #3 hydraulic system and a "LOW HYD PRESS" message. The...
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Seaborne SF34 at San Juan on Jun 26th 2015, nose wheel collapsed on landing
A Seaborne Airlines Saab 340B, registration N334CJ performing flight BB-4597 from Beef Island (British Virgin Islands) to San Juan (Puerto Rico) with 33 people on board, landed on San Juan's runway 08 at 19:38L (23:38Z), vacated the runway and...
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Mesa CRJ7 near New Orleans on Jun 27th 2015, turbulence injures 2 cabin crew
A Mesa Airlines Canadair CRJ-700 on behalf of United, registration N501MJ performing flight YV-3797/UA-3797 from Washington Dulles,DC to New Orleans,LA (USA), was descending towards New Orleans when the aircraft encountered turbulence. The aircraft...
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Indonesia says all 113 people on board a Hercules military plane which has crashed in a residential area have been killed. The number's more than double the previously-reported figure. There are also casualties on the ground - but it's not known how many. For more RT is joined by aviation security expert Julian Bray.




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Monday, 29 June 2015

THE REALITY OF A HOLIDAY IN GREECE IE TREAT ABTA ADVICE WITH CAUTION

Anyone reading the latest statement on Greece from the Association of British Travel Agents must wonder what planet they are currently on? Probably the planet Zog. To put the latest statement into context we have responded (highlighted in red) to it, line by line Read this in conjunction with our previous blogs on how much currency you can physically take out of the UK without making a formal declaration to HM Customs:



1.There has been recent articles in the UK press on Greece and the country's current financial situation.


JB: True


2.Speculation about a possible Greece debt default, and potential exit from the Euro, has been current for some time, but at present remains just speculation.


JB: Not speculation, there will be a default as the Eurozone has effectively called the bluff of the current Greek government and a referendum has been called for this weekend. Greek banks are already closed for a week and ATMs closed. Capital Controls are already in place. Ther Euro is no longer a unified single currency. Uncharted waters...


3.Any changes would be highly unlikely to happen overnight, any switch to a new currency would take time and Euros would likely be accepted in the interim.




JB: Nonsense changes are already happening overnight and many more to come. Capital Control is in place effectively the Euro is a broken currency inasmuch that different rules are being applied to the Euro in different countries within the Eurozone. It is already having an immediate overnight effect as stock markets are down around 5% and the possibility of contagion is high.


4.Holidaymakers heading out to Greece this summer are advised to take some cash in Euros with them as well as other payment methods (credit/debit cards) so that they are covered for all situations.




JB: Holidaymakers will have to rely on cash see our previous blog. Take small denomination Euro currency notes ideally issued by other countries (See previous blog)




5.We would also advise them, as we would with any destination, to take out travel insurance as soon as they book their holiday to provide protection should they need to cancel.


JB: By all means take out travel and medical insurance, but not necessarily from an ABTA client , shop around and importantly pay at least £101 of the total inclusive holiday bill with a credit card so the credit card company becomes jointly liable for refunding you if the 'merchant' goes bust.


6.We do not anticipate that there will be any need for tour operators to rebook their customers to a different destination.


JB: ABTA have a poor record in forecasting, and mainly reactive, they have no real insight as to the day-to-day operation of member businesses and in reality play a constant game of catch up.  It is highly likely if the situation in Greece deteriorates, alternative holidays may be required.




7.At present we have no indication that holidaymakers will be disrupted however, as with all destination matters, we will continue to monitor the situation and work with our Members on any developments. This is an unusual situation but the industry is experienced in handling unusual situations.


JB: The industry may be experienced in handling unusual situations but they never seem to learn and put 'lessons learned' into operation. A good example: The current Tunisian situation for the majority of British holidaymakers has been a frightening shambles with little information being released and the front line left to Resort Reps with very little authority.








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Sunday, 28 June 2015

TUNISIA : ANGER MANAGEMENT IS NOT AN OPTION

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+++ BELGUIM TELLS ITS CITIZENS TO LEAVE TUNISIA NOW! COUNTRY PUT ON 'NO GO'LIST +++


Julian Bray writes: Looking back on the events of the last few days in Tunisia, France and Kuwait it is really hard to understand the thinking and the complete lack of urgency displayed by the UK Government, local Tunisian security forces and holiday operators. 


The ABTA position on this has also been pathetic, and shows just how little real influence they have over their Corporate associates and High Street Travel Agency membership with a poorly briefed spokesman simply repeating a few well worn statistics, offering little comfort and no practical advice for traumatised British tourists, and their families back home. You really wonder what would have happened if Israelis or Germans and not the British were the main targets. The response perhaps, would have been swift and decisive.


Consider the gunman Seifeddine Yacoubi in the Tunisian resort of Sousse went on a 45 minute shooting spree. Hold that thought 45 minutes of carnage! Local video emerging, you can hear the shots. 'Bang' wait one second 'Bang' wait another second 'Bang'. 3 seconds. 3 British Citizens shot dead. 37 so far have died, more are just hanging on...


The 'clean skin' i.e. no one in authority knew of this murderer. He is relaxed, strolling down a packed beach killing sunbathing British citizens, one by one, with an AK47 (these are very easy to obtain in Tunisia, a major supplier of 'foot-soldiers' for ISIL, and indeed local back street factories churn out home tooled replacement parts for the AK47).
A local hero, a builder,  bravely starts throwing roof slates at the gunman and diverts the killing spree for a while.  What a bloody mess.


At one time tour operators - before they became the playthings of faceless financiers and hedge funds - would have available a clearly defined crisis management plan along the lines of  the NHS declaring a Major Incident programme.


Local information cascade plans would be in place with the core information ready to be top and tailed as required, but speed and information always being of the essence.


These days it is an easy matter, social media is the messenger where a face to face meeting isn't possible. All modern hotels have cable and internal TV systems, an easy matter to play out looped video or digital files on company websites even.


At the very first sign, of a major incident being declared, Board level senior management with already well practised clearly defined roles would head for the airport boarding their own or competitors planes. Even taking staff jump seats if required. They would also include an insurance company medical team to triage, a cashier to trigger insurance funding and a experienced trauma Doctor. At one time when I was involved with Europ Assistance; Dr Richard Fairhurst would be on board with his team of trauma paramedics, he'd negotiate even fight with local medical teams. In one classic case on the runway tarmac stopping the local medical team from removing 'their property' a metal cage and pins from the shattered leg of a victim. He paid substantial cash on the spot to stop it;  and bringing  specialist equipment for turning aircraft into flying hospitals. Small things like blood /saline bag pumps as gravity feed in a pressurised aircraft for 'drips' isn't an option. Meanwhile locals teams would be preparing lists of clients or guests (never ever referred to as customers).


Once at the resort immediately  distribute information sheets, call group meetings, advise clients to pack bags, and arrange for the airport exodus. At the same time hold constant press conferences and updates, constantly explaining, repeating what is taking place to the assembled media pack. Time and time again we hear: "We haven't been told anything"


This really is a case of 'information overload required,' with the travel and holiday industry taking control rather than leave it to the media to dig out and relentlessly repeat its own version of events.   Make no mistake this is a major LONG TERM disaster not only for Tunisia but for all involved. Even established travel journalists (and some freeloaders) have been wrong footed and their professional credibility now questioned.


On here we did attempt at the time to provide some basic advice and it still holds good. But Mediterranean North African resorts?  All are now no go areas despite what the politicians say. It is a question of Anger Management, and that is something I've yet to try. I'm still beyond anger, furious if you like and reeling at the crass stupidity of those we at one time respected.


Since writing this, Belgium has ordered all of its citizens out of Tunisia. Tunisia is now a no go area. Clearly we should take notice and do likewise.










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Saturday, 27 June 2015

The showgirl and the thrust lever...Austral E190 at Buenos Aires and Rosario on Jun 23rd 2015,

This come in the "You really could not make this up department" so we are not even going to re-write it. The story is exactly as carried on  http://www.aeroinside.com/item/5924/austral-e190-at-buenos-aires-and-rosario-on-jun-23rd-2015-passenger-handles-thrust-levers-rnl                               


                                    
On June 23rd 2015, An Austral Embraer ERJ-190, registration LV-CEU performing flight AU-2708/AR-2708 from Buenos Aires Aeroparque,BA to Rosario,SF (Argentina), was preparing for departure, when an Argentinian showgirl was invited to the cockpit and took the jumpseat, a video was recorded with the starlet in the jumpseat being rather talkative during departure preparation (checklist reading), taxi and while lining up for departure on runway 13.


After receiving takeoff clearance the crew invited the starlet to move the thrust levers forward initiating takeoff that way, a normal takeoff occured. While climbing out, enroute and on approach to Rosario there is frequent chatting going on between both pilots and the starlet, even throughout short final and flare the chatting continues, the aircraft touched down safely on Rosario's runway 02 and rolled out without incident, chatting still ongoing.

The occurrence became widely known in Argentina and around the planet when the video surfaced on social media.

On Jun 26th 2015 the airline reported both pilots were instantly dismissed stating that the pilots endangered the safety of the flight and its passengers.







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Friday, 26 June 2015

37 holidaymakers shot dead and many wounded in TUNISIA RESORT RAMPAGE EMERGENCY NUMBER FOR RELATIVES 0207 081 0000 CAMERON ON FLIGHT BACK TO UK. COBRA MEETING TODAY

This incident in #Tunisia was updated several times on Friday 26th June and reflects the situation as at 20:00 hrs...


Tunisian security forces out on patrol.
HOLIDAY GROUP TUI AIRLIFT some 2,000 HOLIDAYMAKERS FROM TUNISIA. Other Operators join in with airlift.



Holiday operators TUI are diverting no less than six empty aircraft, and airlifting on Saturday morning, some 2,000 of their clients back to the UK from Tunisia where 37 holiday makers were gunned down earlier today.  
Other holiday operators and ABTA travel agents have yet to confirm their intentions to their traumatised clients, but insiders tonight suggest they will now all follow TUI's lead.



FCO hotline for relatives  0207 008 0000
(NOTE: THIS NUMBER HAS CHANGED)


London, Friday 26th June 20:00 hrs







According to local Al Arabiya News Channel, the death toll has risen to 32 but tonight the BBC are confirming the number slain as 37


The death toll of the holiday massacre had risen to 32 killed and 36 wounded, Al Arabiya News Channel reported, quoting the Tunisian tourism ministry but by 19:30 hrs the BBC were confirming 37 mainly European deaths.



Update 27th June 2015  09:19
Thomson and First Choice Statement on the events in Tunisia:
 
Thomson and First Choice can confirm that the RIU Imperial Marhaba and the RIU Bellevue, which were involved in the terrorist events in Tunisia are part of our holiday programme.
 
While the situation on the ground remains fluid, we have had confirmation that a number of the fatalities and injuries are Thomson and First Choice customers. We are working closely with the local authorities and government to confirm the exact details of those affected.
 
We would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the friends and families of those involved in this tragic event. We are actively working with the families and friends affected to provide support in resort and a special assistance team is en route to Tunisia to assist our customers.
 
The whole of Thomson and First Choice are deeply shocked and truly saddened by the events and we are grateful to our staff on the ground and the emergency services who are working hard in an incredibly challenging environment. Due to this terrible tragedy, Thomson and First Choice are repatriating customers staying in Port El Kantaoui and Sousse.
 
Ten Thomson Airways flights have travelled to Tunisia to repatriate Thomson and First Choice customers and additional flights will be added today and tomorrow to accommodate those wishing to return to the UK. We will also be cancelling all Thomson and First Choice holidays to Tunisia for the next week.  Amendments can be made to bookings on holidays to Tunisia until 24th July and we are scheduling three extra flights to Cape Verde, Rhodes and Gran Canaria for customers wishing to change their holidays.

The number for other TUI related queries for future departures:
0800 00938350     800 00938350 FREE
Landline number:
(+44)2036361996     (+44)2036361996








FAA Implements WITHOUT FEAR OF RETALIATION Safety Reporting Program for Aircraft Certification Service Employees


WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), in partnership with the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA), today began a safety reporting program called the Safety Review Process (SRP).  The 18-month pilot program, which is open to all bargaining-unit employees, allows FAA employees who work in the Aircraft Certification Service (AIR) to elevate safety concerns without fear of retaliation.
  
“It is critical that our DOT employees have the opportunity to work in an environment where they are comfortable coming forward with safety concerns,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx.  “This new safety review process will further advance our culture of safety and help ensure that the flying public has the best, safest experience possible.”
 
Modeled after a similar process implemented by the FAA’s Office of Airports last year, the SRP fosters a voluntary, cooperative, non-punitive environment for open reporting by the more than 700 AIR employees represented by NATCA, and provides a tool to quickly elevate safety-related concerns.  The FAA expects that most safety concerns will continue to be resolved at the local level.  However, the SRP will provide another way for employees to identify potential safety issues.  An evaluation of the SRP will occur after the 18-month pilot program concludes, to determine if it will become permanent.
 
“The FAA has a highly motivated workforce dedicated to our safety mission,” said FAA Administrator Michael P. Huerta.  “This program extends voluntary reporting opportunities to even more of our employees.”
 
“We are pleased to have this additional voluntary safety reporting system in place for the Aircraft Certification Service,” said NATCA Regional Vice president Mike MacDonald.  “Voluntary reporting systems are a proven vehicle to improve the safety culture, and the AIR Safety Reporting Program will further reduce the safety concerns of both the FAA and NATCA.” 
 
About the SRP:The SRP process begins when an employee files a confidential report to raise a safety issue or event through an online reporting system.  An SRP Safety Oversight Board composed of two FAA managers and two NATCA representatives will then review and analyze the report.  If the issue satisfies the safety criteria identified in the Memorandum of Understanding, the Board will identify and assign a Subject Matter Expert (SME) Panel to investigate and respond to the request with its recommendations.  Once accepted, the Board will send recommendations to the appropriate manager and monitor the agreed-upon solution.  The Board will also send a final report to the employee who raised the safety concern.  After removing identifying information, a resolution report will be posted for all AIR employees to view.






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Recent Aviation Incidents

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Morningstar B752 at Vancouver on Jun 15th 2015, flaps asymmetry
A Morningstar Air Express Boeing 757-200, registration N906FD performing freight flight MAL-7055 from Calgary,AB to Vancouver,BC (Canada) with 2 crew, was on approach to Vancouver when the crew selected flaps 15 but received indication that the left...
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Envoy CRJ7 at Toronto on Jun 16th 2015, nose gear locked down
An Envoy Canadair CRJ-700, registration N534AE performing flight MQ-3452/AA-3452 from Toronto,ON (Canada) to New York La Guardia,NY (USA) with 63 people on board, was climbing out of Toronto when the crew advised of a gear problem and returned to...
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ANZ B763 near Auckland on Jun 25th 2015, uncooperative fuel gauge
An ANZ Air New Zealand Boeing 767-300, registration ZK-NCG performing flight NZ-10 from Auckland (New Zealand) to Honolulu,HI (USA), had just levelled off at FL290 out of Auckland when the crew decided to return to Auckland, burned off fuel and...
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Air India B788 at Melbourne on Jun 25th 2015, flight control technical issue
An Air India Boeing 787-800, registration VT-ANR performing flight AI-309 from Melbourne,VI (Australia) to Delhi (India), was climbing out of Melbourne's runway 16 when shortly before climbing through FL150 the crew requested to level off at FL150...
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Swiss A319 at Brussels on Jun 25th 2015, vibrations
A Swiss Airbus A319-100, registration HB-IPX performing flight LX-787 from Brussels (Belgium) to Zurich (Switzerland), was climbing out of Brussels when the crew stopped the climb at FL070 reporting vibrations, they wanted to return to Brussels for... Read full story »


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Thursday, 25 June 2015

RYANAIR AIRCRAFT WITH 'explosives' ON BOARD EMERGENCY LANDING WARSAW AIRPORT POLAND












A Ryanair Boeing 737 aircraft with 16o passengers on board was forced to land in Poland after suspicions over an package arose and a suggestion  that it contained explosives were on board.


Passengers and crew were evacuated so the bomb squad could sweep the aircraft.


The plane was in flight when a suspicious package was discovered on board, the pilot requested an emergency landing.  The TVN24 news channel carried live reports. Later reports suggest it was a hoax call into a local broadcaster but the full emergency landing and evacuation took place. The Ryanair flight departed from Oslo.

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Dry rot balcony killer collapse promotes Berkeley USA law change

Wooden beams supporting a balcony that snapped off killing the six college students had been badly rotted by exposure to moisture, officials have confirmed





The Los Angeles Times has revealed that Berkeley City Council 'Code' Officers have out of 28,000 rental properties, carried out just 300 visual only checks on balconies and other painted over wood [sealed] areas.     


The recent collapse of a balcony in Berkeley is however prompting changes in the law. The Berkeley City Council is considering new, strict requirements on waterproofing balconies and other sealed areas now that officials have confirmed substantial dry rot was to blame for the collapse that killed Irish students and injured seven more.


The Los Angeles Times asks if this raises questions about what other cities are doing to check for water damage and balcony safety?


In the last 11 months, Berkeley code enforcement officers made visual checks on just 300 of the city’s 28,000 rental units.


The bodies of Eoghan Culligan, Lorcán Miller, Niccolai Schuster and Eimear Walsh, were flown back to Ireland over the weekend. Ashley Donohoe, the sixth student was buried in California .


Four of the families issued a brief statement:


"As we leave Berkeley and return home to Ireland with our beloved sons and daughters, Eimear, Eoghan, Lorcan and Niccolai, we would like to thank everyone in America and Ireland for their sympathy and support, which has been a tremendous comfort to us at this tragic time," the families said.






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Tuesday, 23 June 2015

ALL NEW ZEALAND AIRCRAFT GROUND BY RADAR FAILURE

According to the AFP agency all aircraft in New Zealand were grounded on Tuesday after a fault in the South Pacific nation's air traffic control system, officials said.


"There has been a radar failure that has occurred at 2.48pm (0248 GMT) this afternoon, we are working on the issue at the moment," a spokeswoman for the government's Airways New Zealand, which manages air traffic control, told AFP


"The impact is that all aircraft have been held on the ground. There are no aircraft taking off across the country. The aircraft that are in the air have been cleared to land."









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Monday, 22 June 2015

HOW MUCH DOES A GREEK URN? GREECE: 25% VAT TARGETED AT RICH GREEK ISLANDS, NOT SO FUNNY HOLIDAY MONEY MATTERS..



Kate Day retweeted

Friend in north Athens tells me his wife dashed out to ATM
and line was already 30-40 long. #Greece on.ft.com/1JaKvLH

TWEET POSTED ON SATURDAY JUNE 27TH 2015

Riots in Athens
If you share widespread fears that the euro cannot last in its present form, you may wish to avoid notes with the prefixes F, G, M, S, T or Y. These are issued by Malta, Cyprus, Portugal, Italy, Ireland and Greece respectively. 



COMPUTER HACKERS DOWN LOT AIRLINES TRAFFIC FLIGHT PLANNING COMPUTER FOR FIVE HOURS

Computer hackers ground 1,400 passengers at Warsaw. LOT Polish airline flight planning computers outed for five hours...
 
At no point was the safety of ongoing flights compromised, said a spokesman for LOT Polish airlines.
 

Some 1,400 LOT Polish Airline passengers were grounded at Warsaw Chopin airport after computer hackers froze the airlines' ground computer system used to issue flight plans, a LOT Airline spokesman confirmed..


The computer system hacked on Sunday afternoon and given the all clear five hours later however 10 of the state-owned carrier’s national and international flights were cancelled, and about a dozen more delayed, spokesman Adrian Kubicki said.

The airline said it was providing hotels for those who needed to stay overnight, however a few passengers were able to board flights.


At no point was the safety of ongoing flights compromised, Kubicki said, and flights destined for Warsaw were able to land safely. No other airports or on board aircraft systems were affected, he added.


“We’re using state-of-the-art computer systems, so this could potentially be a threat to others in the industry,” Kubicki said. The attack is now being investigated by the authorities.

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Saturday, 20 June 2015

FIRST TEST BOEING ZA001 'DREAMLINER' DONATED TO ITS ROOTS IN JAPAN



PERFECT CIRCLE:  Centrair receives first ever 787 Dreamliner from Boeing - flight test airplane ZA001 comes home to Nagoya - Centrair and Boeing are pleased to announce the donation of the first 787 Dreamliner ever made – a flight test airplane known as ZA001 – to Centrair.


British Airways Embraer ERJ-190 near Manchester Jun 17 2015, engine bleed air problem






A British Airways Embraer ERJ-190, G-LCYM (flight BA-8703) from Edinburgh  to London City Airport, had just levelled off at FL310 when the crew initiated an emergency descent to FL100 and diverted to Manchester for a safe landing about 30 minutes later.
The airline reported the crew received an engine (CF34) bleed air warning light and diverted to Manchester.
NOTE: Bleed air is drawn off the engines to provide pressurised cabin air and some claim this has caused respiratory problems for both crew and passengers.
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Friday, 19 June 2015

MYSTERY DEEPENS OVER 2 STOWAWAYS ON BOARD A BA FLIGHT FROM SOUTH AFRICA. WAS IT A BA WORLD CARGO FLIGHT INTO HEATHROW?




Julian Bray Aviation Expert writes: Metropolitan Police in London are continuing investigations into a tragic major international air security breach, after a man was found dead on the roof of a modern office building ironically occupied by Not On The High Street . COM an online retailer, the building backing onto Kew Road, Richmond, west London.




He is thought by some to be a stowaway on an inbound British Airways flight from South Africa, and having been carried some 8,000 miles, possibly- expiring mid flight due to the adverse life support conditions in the external landing gear bay - then fallen, possibly sucked out of the underbody compartment, when the undercarriage door panels (acting as a 'safe' floor for the stowaway) suddenly opened to release the landing gear, prior to landing and arrival at London Heathrow.


The concerns are that if indeed the stowaway was inside the landing gear bay, he would have possibly frozen to death in a flight of some 8,000 miles, especially in the unpressurised section, and then as a 'frozen' corpse fallen onto the Kew building. The 'iced' state of the corpse, would of course frustrate determining a correct time of death.




The remains of a male was found on the roof of an office building occupied by an online retailer, on Kew Road, Richmond, at about 09:35am on Thursday. Officers said initially his death was being treated as unexplained.





Officers were also alerted to a suspected stowaway on a flight from Johannesburg to Heathrow at 08:20 local time. The west London police officers are not confirming if the two incident reports were linked in any way.   The 'second' stowaway found on a British Airways flight was then transferred to a west London hospital where he remains 'unidentified' but in a critical condition.

The survivor is aged between 25 and 30, his identity remains to be established the Met said.
In a statement, British Airways said: "We are working with the Metropolitan Police and the authorities in Johannesburg to establish the facts surrounding this case."
A post-mortem examination has been carried out on the dead man.








As Julian Bray Aviation Expert broadcasting on the BBC5Live Stephen Nolan Show suggested tonight: "With little information being released by the authorities, speculation is growing that the Tambo Airport in South Africa handled a British Airways World Cargo Flight rather than a scheduled passenger flight.
The ground handling agents at Tambo Airport Swissport International, employ over 1,300 at the airport and list the BA Cargo airline as a client.


The services offered by Swissport include:


  • Airport Ticketing Sales Desk
  • Arrival and Transfer Services
  • Baggage Services
  • Check-in Services
  • Dedicated Passenger Services
  • Gate and Departure Services
  • Lost and Found Services
  • Special Passenger and VIP Services
  • Load Control and Communications
  • Station Control
  • Station Representation and Supervision
  • Aircraft Loading/Unloading
  • Baggage Sorting
  • GPU
  • Push-back
  • Water & Toilet Services
  • Aircraft Servicing and Cleaning
  • Checkport
  • Crew Bussing
  • Executive Aviation Services
  • Passenger Bussing
  • PAU
This speculation that a BA World Cargo flight was involved would possibly account for the delayed release of the news over social media as passengers would usually be the first to know and possibly tweet or facebook the incldent before police or the airline released details. The BA Cargo aircraft would not use any of the passenger stands either, but taxi at Heathrow directly to the cargo sheds which are well away from the main Heathrow passenger terminals. Also the airport security surrounding air cargo in airports around the world is possibly not as vigilant as it would be around high profile passenger flights.










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Thursday, 18 June 2015

IRON MAIDEN BRUCE DICKINSON BEHIND CARDIFF AVIATION 'NEW AIRLINE IN A BOX' BID



IRON MAIDEN Singer BRUCE DICKINSON's CARDIFF AVIATION To Launch New Airline
Not so rusty: Cardiff Aviation Chair and Iron Maiden Singer Bruce Dickinson


Cardiff Aviation, a large service and maintenance facility in St. Athan, Wales, United Kingdom whose chairman is IRON MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson, has announced on the first day of the Paris Air Show, June 15, that it is launching a brand new ACMI airline.


The move is the next stage of an expansion programme for the South Wales-based MRO and training business.


The new airline, operating under the VVB brand, is in the process of acquiring an EASA operating license. The first aircraft to join the airline will be a 737-400 which will go straight into ACMI operations.


I'VE BOOKED A HOLIDAY IN GREECE, WHAT SHOULD I DO?




With Greece poised on the edge of a financial meltdown, many of the millions of UK holiday makers who have already booked a package deal to Greece are seriously wondering what to do. Is their holiday and cash safe? Our advice is simply go ahead and enjoy an amazingly cheap holiday BUT do not rely on any form of plastic or local banks. Financial experts are saying just take Euro notes, and possibly some US dollars. Simply all the hotels and airline deals were booked and financed long ago.


In fact the market for Greek holidays is so buoyant, the usual long list of last minute holidays in reality isn't that long. The holidays have been snapped up just as soon as they are released by the schedule consolidator. If you can be flexible, possibly flying from a regional airport, a 14 night holiday can be had for as little as £134 per person. Half board, 4 Star hotel, Air fares and transfers included.








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NBC Nightly News Anchor embroiled in false reporting allegations gets bumped to breaking news on cable network MSNBC






According to the Los Angeles Times, popular NBC News anchor Brian Williams, who confessed on air to false reporting and statements that could not be stood up as truthful, is being reassigned to the tellyworld equivalent of Siberian saltmines: cable news.


Brian Williams will no longer be the anchor of the network's evening newscast, and will in future be assigned to handling breaking news on cable network MSNBC.....










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Wednesday, 17 June 2015

FAA PROPOSES $84,700 CIVIL PENALTY FOR IMAGE AIR ALLEGEDLY ALLOWED UNQUALIFIED PILOT TO FLY AIRCRAFT





The U.S Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes an $84,700 civil penalty against Image Air of Southwest Florida for allegedly allowing an unqualified pilot to fly its aircraft.
 
The FAA alleges that between June and September 2014, the Bloomington, Ill.-based company allowed one of its pilots to fly on at least 16 revenue flights when he had not passed a required FAA competency check within the past 12 months for the category, class and type of aircraft he was operating.
 

Image Air has 30 days from receipt of the FAA’s enforcement letter to respond to the agency.




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Slimmed down Malaysia Airlines appoints a new PR Head






 
malaysia airlinesFaridah Hashim, at one time with Hill+Knowlton Strategies and a corporate PR, is joining the reformed  and slimmed down Malaysia Airlines as head of corporate communications.




Faridah Hashim, will join the Kuala Lumpur-based carrier on July 1, following a spell handling corporate communications of Asian telecom Axiata Group Berhad. She was previously a PR consultant with H+K in the UK although we have not been able to confirm this. Hopefully Faridah and her new bosses, will cast an eye over what appears to be her Facebook profile. Some of the postings, we have seen, (if this is her  account) may be deemed 'problematical'...


Malaysia Airlines, controlled by the Malaysia government, continues to cope with the disappearance of Flight MH370 over the Indian Ocean in March 2014, a disaster that was followed in July by the Ukraine crash of Flight MH17, believed to be caused by a missile strike.


The airline  named Christph Mueller, a German national, as its new CEO amid an overhaul. He announced the hire of Hashim, along with a new sales chief, today, noting the appointments will "provide important input towards shaping our new airline."


Sources: O'Dwyer USA, CNS



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INDUSTRIAL ACTION AHEAD AS SERCO CALMAC SET TO SNAFFLE CLYDE AND HEBRIDES LIFELINE FERRY SERVICES

RMT confirms Calmac industrial action


The CalMac union RMT is tonight (June 17) rolling out  a schedule of industrial action in a bid, they say,  o defend the jobs, conditions and pensions after the Union earlier warned that the‎ Clyde and Hebrides ferry service is being set up for takeover by the controversial private company Serco along with Caledonian Macbrayne [CALMAC] destined to provide this essential lifeline service to the west coast islands.

RMT members have voted by well over 90% for action in a ballot that covers both strikes and action short of strikes. The action confirmed today is as follows:

Members will be instructed to take strike action as follows:-

•    If the ship is in port then my members will be instructed not to ‘turn to’ (book on) for any duty that commences between 00:01 hours and 23:59 hours on Friday 26th June 2015.

This action is intended to be discontinuous.

Furthermore members will be instructed to take discontinuous industrial action in the form of an overtime and call back ban between:-

•    00:01 hours on Wednesday 24th June and 23:59 hours on Thursday 25th June 2015.

RMT continues to demand the assurances that staff are rightly demanding in their fight for workplace justice while the billion pound contracting process is kicked around behind closed doors.

General Secretary Mick Cash said:  "RMT members on CalMac rightly feel that they are caught in the crossfire of an unnecessary and damaging tendering battle that leaves jobs, conditions and pensions hanging by a thread. That is simply intolerable.

"As a result of the failure to give staff the most basic assurances we are now using the massive mandate secured in the ballot and confirming a programme of industrial action.

"RMT wants cast iron assurances and we want them now and we are prepar‎ed to engage in meaningful talks around that agenda as we prepare for the first phase of industrial action."




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Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Selection of latest Aviation Incidents...

AeroInside.com - Latest Aviation Incidents


Air India A320-200 at Srinagar on Jun 15th 2015, burst tyres on landing

An Air India Airbus A320-200, registration VT-ESE performing flight AI-821 from Jammu to Srinagar (India) with 149 passengers and 7 crew, burst tyres while landing at Srinagar at about 14:10L (08:40Z). The aircraft came to a safe stop on the runway...
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United B737 at Jackson on Jun 12th 2015, flaps problem
A United Boeing 737-700, registration N27722 performing flight UA-1541 from Houston Intercontinental,TX to Jackson,WY (USA), was on an ILS approach to Jackson Hole Airport's runway 19 descending through about 7200 feet MSL in poor weather conditions...
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Logan D328 at Dundee on Jun 14th 2015, gear problem
A Loganair Dornier Do-328-100 on behalf of Flybe, registration G-BWWT performing flight LOG-6625/BE-6625 from Dundee,SC to London Stansted,EN (UK) with more than 20 passengers, was climbing out of Dundee when the crew reported problems with the...
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Skygreece B763 near Athens on Jun 14th 2015, loss of cabin pressure
A Skygreece Airlines Boeing 767-300, registration SX-BPN performing flight GW-423 from Athens (Greece) to Toronto,ON (Canada) with 33 passengers and 11 crew, was climbing through FL330 about 110nm northwest of Athens when the crew initiated an...
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Friday, 12 June 2015

EMILY MAITLiS 'DENIED BOARDING' IN FACT 'DENIED EVERYTHING 'BY BRITISH AIRWAYS COMPUTER



JUST WHAT IS GOING ON AT BRITISH AIRWAYS?


THIS IS WHAT THEY ARE CURRENTLY DOING TO 'NATIONAL TREASURE' EMILY MAITLIS....... 










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