December 2019
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Saturday Dec 7th 2019
Incident Gazprom SU95 near Moscow on Dec 6th 2019, hydraulic failure
Crash Itek Air B732 at Bishkek on Aug 24th 2008, crashed shortly after takeoff
Friday Dec 6th 2019
Incident Avior B734 near Tarapoto on Dec 6th 2019, loss of cabin pressure
Incident Azul E195 at Recife on Dec 3rd 2019, smell of smoke in cabin
Incident PIA A320 at Quetta on Dec 5th 2019, the eighth plague
Incident Canada B773 near London on Dec 3rd 2019, smoke in lavatory
Accident North Star DC3T at Sachigo Lake on Dec 3rd 2019, aircraft contacted trees on approach
Accident Singapore A333 at Yangon on Nov 25th 2019, tail strike on landing
Crash Busy Bee D228 at Goma on Nov 24th 2019, impacted populated area past departure runway
Report France A343 at Bogota on Aug 18th 2017, windshear during rotation for takeoff
Accident Far Eastern MD82 at Taipei on Jul 2nd 2018, uncontained engine failure
Incident Ethiopian B788 at Hong Kong on Jul 18th 2019, loss of control on ILS approach
Incident Republic E175 at Atlanta on Nov 6th 2019, trim runaway, severe control problems, stalling situation
Incident Lufthansa A321 at Munich on Dec 5th 2019, hydraulic failure
Thursday Dec 5th 2019
Incident Skywest CRJ7 near Dallas on Dec 4th 2019, engine problem
Incident Azimuth SU95 near Rostov on Dec 5th 2019, technical problem
Incident Delta A320 at Salt Lake City on Dec 4th 2019, cracked windshield
Incident Indigo A20N at Mumbai on Dec 5th 2019, engine vibrations
Incident Spicejet B738 near Muscat on Dec 4th 2019, smoke on board
Incident Andes MD83 near Cordoba on Jan 27th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident Andes MD83 near Tucuman on Mar 7th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Wednesday Dec 4th 2019
Incident Mount Cook AT72 at Nelson on Apr 9th 2017, unsafe gear
Tuesday Dec 3rd 2019
Incident Skywest CRJ7 at Appleton on Dec 3rd 2019, smell of smoke in cabin
Incident Delta A333 at Barcelona on Dec 3rd 2019, engine failure
Incident British Airways A320 at Gibraltar on Dec 2nd 2019, lightning strike
Incident Malindo B739 at Jakarta on Dec 2nd 2019, cabin pressure problems
Incident Peach A320 at Tokyo on Nov 30th 2019, vehicle on runway during rollout
Incident Skywest CRJ7 near Rochester on Dec 2nd 2019, fuel imbalance causing control concerns
Incident Singapore B744 at Sydney on Nov 28th 2019, engine pod strike during go around
Incident BoA B733 at Santa Cruz on Mar 24th 2019, control column vibrations
Incident Safair B734 at Cape Town on Feb 21st 2019, flaps problem on departure
Accident Ryanair B738 at Frankfurt on Jan 29th 2019, gear strut penetrates wing during retraction
Accident Pegasus B738 near Zagreb on Oct 2nd 2018, cargo smoke indication
Incident SAA A346 over Switzerland on Nov 6th 2018, overspeed, dual ADR failure
Monday Dec 2nd 2019
Incident Algerie B738 near Cairo on Dec 2nd 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Saudia B789 over Bay of Bengal on Dec 1st 2019, technical problem
Incident Delta B763 at Boston on Dec 1st 2019, dropped slide on approach
Incident JAL B738 near Osaka on Dec 2nd 2019, engine problem
Accident Frontier A20N at Denver on Aug 27th 2019, turbulence injures flight attendant
Incident Pacific Aircorp B763 over London on Dec 1st 2019, loss of communication
Sunday Dec 1st 2019
Accident Camair Co MA60 at Bamenda on Dec 1st 2019, aircraft being shot at
Saturday Nov 30th 2019
Incident Omni B762 near Las Vegas on Nov 29th 2019, smoke in cockpit
Accident Laudamotion A320 at Vienna, enroute and Dublin on Nov 25th 2019, communication problems and fumes
Friday Nov 29th 2019
Incident Helvetic E290 at Zurich on Nov 24th 2019, could not retract gear
Incident Easyjet Switzerland A320 near Zagreb on Nov 13th 2019, big bang on nose then weather radar failure
Incident France A332 near Moncton on Nov 23rd 2019, discrepancy between fuel estimated and fuel indicated
Incident Antonov A124 at Ostend on Nov 26th 2019, rejected takeoff due to engine problem
Incident JAL B773 at Tokyo on Sep 5th 2017, engine shut down in flight following uncontained failure
Incident GoAir A20N at Bangalore on Nov 11th 2019, runway excursion on landing
Incident India A321 at Bhubaneswar on Nov 8th 2019, fire seen from engine
Incident Algerie B738 at Lyon on Nov 14th 2019, rejected takeoff due to snow plough on runway/operational error


December 7, 2019

B757 Non Type Rated First Officers ATI US

Air Transport International is an experienced charter airline with the ability to reach across the globe. ATI is an FAR Part 121 charter airline headquartered in Wilmington, Ohio, and operates a worldwide fleet of Boeing 757 and 767 cargo and combi passenger aircraft. ATI specializes in freight forwarding, government and military contracts, and high value animal transportation. ATI is a subsidiary of Air Transport Services Group, Inc.

ATI is currently looking for B757 First Officers.

Minimum requirements:
  • 1500 hours total pilot time including at least 500 hours multi-engine High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Successful completion of a DOT pre-employment drug screen and background check
  • Ability to clearly communicate with co-workers; stand, bend, and reach; sit for extended periods of time; and comply with ATI attendance requirements
  • Must be able to qualify and pass a US Government secret clearance in the event of CRAF activation
  • An unrestricted Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with a Multi-Engine rating and a current First Class Medical Certificate
  • Valid US Passport that allows travel throughout the world

Preferred Job Skills:
  • Previous military pilot time may be considered if less than 1500 hours total
  • 757/767 experience preferred
  • College degree is preferred

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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CL604 Non Type Rated First Officers Rega Switzerland

The Swiss rescue flight guard Rega specializes in the rescue and transport of patients at home and abroad. Thanks to the large number of almost 3.3 million patrons, Rega can provide medical assistance around the clock.

To complete their team at the Rega Center Kloten their are looking for Summer / Fall 2020 experienced and motivated CL604 Non Type Rated First Officers.

Minimum requirements:
  • A completed vocational training or a higher school certificate
  • Valid CH.FCL Professional Pilot License with Valid Authorizations for Multi-Engine Aircraft CPL (A), IR (A) & MEP (or higher)
  • Completed ATPL (A) theory test (frozen ATPL (A)) and with entry in the license
  • Completed MCC course with MCC license entry or experience in a multi pilot cockpit with MCC license entry
  • Minimum Language Proficiency: English Level 4
  • Medical Class 1
  • Minimum 150 aircraft flying hours, of which at least 100 hours PIC
  • Fluent in German Language

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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Flight Instructors BAA Training Spain

BAA Training is looking for Flight instructors to be based in Castellon, Spain.

Why BAA Training:
  • an average of 90 flight hours per month from which 60 hours are always guaranteed;
  • BAA Training endorsements to a wide range of partner airlines, so we can help you to become a First Officer at a commercial airline;
  • exclusive pricing for type rating training;
  • career opportunities (Senior Flight Instructor, IRI, CRI, etc.);
  • accommodation allowance;
  • flight tickets every 3 months to go home (for foreigners);
  • training future pilots of major airlines such as Turkish Airlines;
  • rating renewal extension;
  • year-round flight season in Castellón, Spain while flying Cessna 172S aircraft.
Minimum requirements:
  • valid EASA CPL(A) or ATPL(A) License;
  • valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate;
  • valid Unrestricted FI(A) rating;
  • experience of 500 hrs as FI;
  • ICAO English level 4 or higher;
  • EU work permit.

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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December 6, 2019

A300-600RF Non Type Rated First Officers UPS US

UPS operates one of the world's largest airlines serving over 220 countries and territories worldwide. UPS delivers 15.8 million packages and documents daily. The company's extensive air network includes international air hubs in Cologne/Bonn, Germany; Hamilton, Ontario in Canada; and in the Asia Pacific region Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong; Within the U.S. Miami, FL serving Latin America and the largest air hub UPS Worldport in Louisville, Kentucky, also the headquarters for UPS Airlines. Crew domiciles include Louisville; Ontario, CA; Miami, FL; and Anchorage AK.

In addition to its airline operations, UPS is also a pioneer in developing aviation technologies to enhance the safety and efficiency of the aviation industry. Key services include logistics and distribution; transportation and freight; international trade management and customs brokerage.

Their flight crews are responsible for the safe, on-time and efficient operation of their aircraft.

If you are interested in being a part of the talented UPS workforce as a Flight Officer and “Synchronizing the World of Commerce”, please review the basic qualifications and answer the following questions, which is the first step to be considered for the position.

Minimum requirements:
  • Hold a current unrestricted ATP certificate with an Airplane category multi-engine class rating and English proficiency endorsement
  • Hold a current FAA First Class Medical Certificate
  • Hold an FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit
  • Hold a valid passport
  • Have authorization to work in the United States
  • Have a minimum of 1500 hours of total fixed-wing pilot time

Preferred Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited college or university
  • Recent and type of experience will be considered; for example, preference given to candidates with demonstrated flight experience in transport category aircraft
  • within the last 12 months from date of application
  • Minimum of 1000 hours Pilot in Command (PIC) hours in fixed-wing jet and/or fixed-wing multi-engine turboprop per 14 CFR 1.1 (UPS will allow military candidates to add a plus (.3) per sortie factor to flight time)

Pilot in Command, per 14 CFR 1.1, means the person who:
  • Has final authority and responsibility for the operation and safety of the flight
  • Has been designated as the pilot in command before or during the flight
  • Holds the appropriate category, class, and type rating, if appropriate, for the conduct of the flight

If you are interested in this job APPLY HERE

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