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News

Monday Jun 18th 2018
Incident Rossiya A319 at Rostov on Jun 18th 2018, engine malfunction due to bird strike
Incident India A319 near Udaipur on Jun 16th 2018, loss of cabin pressure
Incident IrAero SU95 near Barnaul on Jun 18th 2018, engine fire indication
Incident Swiss A343 near Munich on Jun 18th 2018, smoke in cockpit
Incident Royal Maroc B788 at Montreal on Jun 11th 2018, damaged window
Accident Bravo MD83 at Kiev on Jun 14th 2018, runway excursion on landing
Report Singapore B772 near Singapore on Apr 16th 2014, fuel discrepancy
Sunday Jun 17th 2018
Incident Qantas A332 near Melbourne on Jun 17th 2018, lightning strike
Incident Braathens Regional RJ1H near Malmo on Jun 16th 2018, smell of smoke in cabin
Saturday Jun 16th 2018
Incident Norwegian B738 near Belfast on Jun 16th 2018, hydraulic failure
Incident Iran A306 at Amsterdam on Jun 14th 2018, flight control problems
Incident Easyjet A320 at Copenhagen on Jun 13th 2018, bird strike
Incident Delta B764 near Atlanta on Jun 14th 2018, engine bleed issue, flap problem
Incident ANZ B789 near Jakarta on Jun 15th 2018, engine oil problem
Friday Jun 15th 2018
Incident Westjet B737 at Calgary on Jun 14th 2018, actual fire in cargo hold
Thursday Jun 14th 2018
Accident Swift B738 at Heraklion on Jun 10th 2018, tail strike on landing
Incident Expressjet E145 near Memphis on Jun 13th 2018, first officer incapacitated
Incident Delta B752 near Little Rock on Jun 14th 2018, smell of smoke in aft cabin
Incident Flybe DH8D near Manchester on Aug 5th 2017, first officer incapacitated
Report Ryanair B738 at London on Dec 2nd 2017, loose trolley injures flight attendant
Incident Flynas A320 near Qassim on Jun 2nd 2018, loss of cabin pressure
Incident Swift AT72 at Belgrade on Jun 4th 2018, dropped engine cover on turn to final
Incident Insel F50 at Sint Maarten on Jun 13th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident Baltic B733 over Baltic Sea on Jun 13th 2018, suspected fire on board prompts intercept by fighter aircraft
Incident Qantas A388 and Qantas A388 over Pacific on Jun 10th 2018, wake turbulence causes altitude deviation
Wednesday Jun 13th 2018
Incident Spicejet B738 at Varanasi on Jun 12th 2018, runway incursion forces rejected takeoff
Incident Trade F100 near Paris on Jun 13th 2018, engine problem
Incident Expressjet E145 at Lexington on Jun 12th 2018, knocking on nose gear's door
Incident THY B739 at Istanbul on Jun 13th 2018, tail strike indication on departure
Incident Baltic DH8D at Riga on Sep 17th 2016, nose gear problems lead to landing without nose gear
Incident Globus B738 at Moscow on Mar 27th 2018, rejected takoff due to smoke in cabin
Incident United B763 near Geneva on May 30th 2018, engine vibrations
Tuesday Jun 12th 2018
Incident Nordica CRJ7 at Copenhagen on Jun 10th 2018, bird strike
Incident TAROM B737 near Bucharest on Jun 12th 2018, cracked window
Incident Delta A320 at Orlando on Jun 11th 2018, bird strike
Accident Lufthansa A343 at Frankfurt on Jun 11th 2018, tow truck catches fire
Monday Jun 11th 2018
Incident bmi Regional E145 near Munich on Jun 11th 2018, cracked windshield
Incident Garuda B738 at Medan on Jun 11th 2018, both left main tyres deflated after landing
Incident Transat A313 near Mont-Joli on May 29th 2018, turbulence causes temporary loss of control
Incident Skywest E175 at Eugene on Jun 9th 2018, bird strike
Accident American B772 at Dallas on Jun 10th 2018, moderate turbulence on approach
Incident Flydubai B738 near Jeddah on Jun 7th 2018, loss of cabin pressure
Sunday Jun 10th 2018
Incident Swift B763 at Miami on Jun 9th 2018, engine problem
Incident Emirates B773 near Varna on Jun 10th 2018, lavatory issues
Incident Peach A320 near Sendai on Jun 10th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Accident Tara DHC6 at Jumla on Jun 9th 2018, bounced landing results in runway excursion
Saturday Jun 9th 2018
Incident American B738 at San Jose on Jun 8th 2018, could not fully retract landing gear
Incident China Airlines A359 at Rome on Jun 5th 2018, engine problem
Friday Jun 8th 2018
Incident Delta B763 at Amsterdam on Jun 7th 2018, left main gear disagreed

Jobs

June 19, 2018

B737 Non Type Rated Captains airBaltic Latvia

Are you an experienced Captain without B737 type rating, looking for a fast track to the B737 left seat?

Look no further!

Join Air Baltic for a temporary, 2 years contract and become B737 Captain already this year!

Minimum requirements:
  • Minimum high school diploma
  • Excellent communication skills and leadership abilities
  • References
  • EU citizenship
  • Valid EASA Medical Class 1
  • ICAO English 4 or higher
  • Valid JAR –FCL or EASA ATPL
  • Minimum 4000 hours total time
  • Minimum 2000 hours on CS-25 aircraft as PIC (without SIM and PICUS time)

Application deadline: June 30th, 2018.

If you are interested in this job APPLY HERE

As a sign of your professionalism, apply only when you comply with all the requirements and if you have or can obtain a work permit that allows you to be employed in this country. 

You'll also be interested in other B737 Non Type Rated Jobs

Kingair B200T Pilots Air Affairs Australia

Air Affairs Australia provides reconnaissance and intelligence support to a number of emergency service and government organisations within and outside of Australia;
  • Fire Reconnaissance
  • Defence range clearance
  • Search and Rescue
  • Aero Medical Retrieval and Transport

Crews are generally rostered on a 24hr rotating basis. A typical roster may encompass periods of standby at home or in company accommodation, or rostered duty shifts in Air Affairs Australia’s onsite crew facilities.

Company housing is provided for casual and contract staff.

Attractive remuneration and rapid advancement for the right candidates.

Minimum requirements:
  • Australian CPL (A)
  • CASA Class 1 medical certificate
  • Able to obtain an Australian Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC)
  • Multi-Engine Instrument Rating
  • 1000 Hours Total
  • 500 hours PIC
  • 50 hours night
  • You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job
  • B200 type rating or Type flight review
  • 100 hours on King Air (any variant)
  • 500 hours PIC multi-engine or turbine single or combination

Desirable qualifications for all pilot positions:
  • Aerial Survey experience
  • Australian ATPL or subjects completed
  • CNSS RNAV approach experience
  • Multi crew coordination training
  • Experienced survey pilot OR
  • Experienced Special Missions Pilot (AMSA/Defence/AeroMed/Fire)
  • Check and Training experience will be highly regarded.

If you are interested in this job APPLY HERE

As a sign of your professionalism, apply only when you comply with all the requirements and if you have or can obtain a work permit that allows you to be employed in this country.

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PC12 Pilots Boomerang Air Charter US

Boomerang Air Charter is currently looking for PC12 Pilots to be based in Orlando, FL, Jacksonville, FL, and Dallas, TX.

Minimum requirements:
  • FAA CPL
  • 1200 hours total time (note the FAA approved 135 min.)
  • 100 hours PIC time in type
  • Must either be a US citizen or have the legal right to work and live in US

If you are interested in this job APPLY HERE

As a sign of your professionalism, apply only when you comply with all the requirements and if you have or can obtain a work permit that allows you to be employed in this country.

You'll also be interested in other PC-12 Jobs

June 18, 2018

B707 Captains Omega Air Refueling US

Omega Air Refueling operates a fleet of B-707 and DC-10 aircraft, currently configured for hose & drogue refueling. Air crew are part-time employees, without monthly guarantees of work. Typical rotations are 2 weeks in length, recycling every month to 1 and a half months. 401k is available. To apply for a position, candidates must have experience in the B707/720 aircraft.

Minimum requirements:
  • 2000 hours total multi-engine land time (3000 hours preferred)
  • Commercial Pilot License (with Instrument rating), ATP preferred
  • B707 or B720 Type Rating
  • 1000 hours MEL PIC time (in type preferred)
  • Heavy aircraft flight time in the last 12 months preferred
  • FAA Second Class Medical
  • Security Clearance: eligible for Secret level with a current status (previous two years) 
  • General requirements for all candidates:
  • Current, valid passport or other travel documents enabling the bearer to freely exit and re-enter the U.S. (multiple re-entry status)
  • Valid driver’s license

If you are interested in this job APPLY HERE

As a proof of your professionalism, apply only when you comply with all the requirements and if you have or can obtain a work permit that allows you to be employed in this country. 

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