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News

Sunday Oct 20th 2019
Accident Azul A20N at Sao Paulo on Oct 17th 2019, tail strike on landing
Incident Lufthansa A320 at Belgrade on Oct 20th 2019, engine problem
Incident France A332 near Shannon on Oct 20th 2019, hello, it's me
Incident Transat A332 near Paris on Oct 19th 2019, heating panel issue
Accident Atlantic Cargo DC3 at Nassau on Oct 18th 2019, ditched short of runway
Saturday Oct 19th 2019
Incident Eurowings Europe A320 at Bremen on Oct 19th 2019, bird strike
Incident ANZ B773 near Honolulu on Oct 18th 2019, oil engineering fault
Incident Iran Aseman F100 at Ilaam and Tehran on Mar 22nd 2019, right main gear did not extend, then by luck extended one last time
Friday Oct 18th 2019
Incident Swiss A333 at Montreal on Oct 16th 2019, gear retract problem
Incident Skywest CRJ7 near Omaha on Oct 17th 2019, landing gear issue
Incident LOT DH8D at Warsaw on Oct 18th 2019, smell on board
Accident Pen SB20 at Unalaska on Oct 17th 2019, overran runway on landing
Incident Angara A148 at Mirnyi on Oct 18th 2019, overran runway on landing
Thursday Oct 17th 2019
Incident Volotea B712 near Genoa on Oct 17th 2019, loss of cabin pressure
Incident Austrian A321 at Vienna on Oct 16th 2019, hydraulic problems
Incident Sky Regional E175 near Halifax on Oct 6th 2019, park brakes not released indication in flight
Accident Japan Commuter AT42 near Kagoshima on Oct 12th 2019, upset causes injury to flight attendant
Incident Jetblue A320 at Santiago on Oct 16th 2019, bird strike
Wednesday Oct 16th 2019
Incident Cargo AN26 at Yambio on Oct 16th 2019, overran runway on landing
Incident American B738 at New York on Oct 15th 2019, bird strike
Incident Hong Kong A332 at Hong Kong on Sep 29th 2019, hydraulic leak
Tuesday Oct 15th 2019
Incident Jazz DH8D enroute on Sep 26th 2019, hydraulic issues
Incident Cargojet B752 near Calgary on Sep 27th 2019, loss of cabin pressure
Incident Swiss BCS3 near San Marino on Oct 10th 2019, fuel inerting shut down
Incident Hawaiian A332 over Pacific on Oct 14th 2019, lavatories out of order
Incident Flybe DH8D near Birmingham on Oct 13th 2019, sparking toilet
Incident Stobart AT72 at Dublin on Oct 14th 2019, lightning strike
Incident Jetstar NZ DH8C near Auckland on Oct 13th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Polar AN24 at Yakutsk on Oct 15th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident American A321 at Las Vegas and Los Angeles on Oct 14th 2019, blew tyre on departure
Incident Southwest B737 at Chicago on Oct 14th 2019, hydraulic failure
Incident Swiss BCS3 near Paris on Oct 15th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Swiss BCS3 near Paris on Jul 25th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Qatar A332 at Islamabad on Jul 22nd 2019, engine shut down in flight
Monday Oct 14th 2019
Incident Skywest CRJ2 near St. Cloud on Oct 13th 2019, cabin pressure problems
Incident Delta MD90 at Louisville on Oct 14th 2019, split elevator light
Incident Aeroflot A321 near Moscow on Oct 14th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Biman B738 at Dhaka on Oct 14th 2019, bird strike
Incident Jetblue A320 at Newark on Oct 13th 2019, smell of smoke in cockpit
Incident Piedmont E145 near Raleigh/Durham on Oct 13th 2019, smell of smoke in the cockpit
Incident Safair B734 at Johannesburg on Sep 16th 2019, multiple system failures on rotation for takeoff
Sunday Oct 13th 2019
Incident India A20N near Muscat on Oct 12th 2019, engine problem
Incident Royal Maroc B738 at Lagos on Oct 11th 2019, cargo door sprung open on landing
Incident British Airways B744 at Denver on Oct 11th 2019, blew tyre on touch down
Incident Jet2 B752 at Dalaman on Oct 13th 2019, bird strike
Saturday Oct 12th 2019
Incident Delta MD90 at Philadelphia on Oct 12th 2019, could not retract the nose gear
Accident Silverstone F50 at Nairobi on Oct 11th 2019, overran runway on rejected takeoff
Friday Oct 11th 2019
Incident Bradley AT42 at Kugluktuk on Aug 28th 2019, two pops on departure
Incident Volaris A320 at Tijuana on Oct 9th 2019, bird strike
Crash Lion B38M near Jakarta on Oct 29th 2018, aircraft lost height and crashed into Java Sea, wrong AoA data

Jobs

October 21, 2019

B767 Non Type Rated First Officers Express Freighters Australia

Express Freighters Australia (EFA) is Qantas Freight’s wholly-owned subsidiary freighter management company. EFA operates the B737 and B767 aircraft in Qantas Freight livery, and has recently announced its plans to introduce the A321 P2F aircraft into it’s fleet.

Operating by night, we transport freight within Australia (B737 and A321) and internationally (B767) on time and ready for the day ahead.


Bases:
  • Melbourne – B737 
  • Sydney – B767 
  • Melbourne – A321

Minimum requirements: 
  • An Australian ATPL (A) (preferred) or an Australian Commercial Pilot’s Licence (A) with passes in all Australian ATPL Theory subjects or equivalent
  • Level 6 English language qualification on your licence
  • Current endorsements for Instrument Approach 2D and 3D on a current Australian Instrument Rating – Multi Engine Aeroplane
  • 1500hrs total aeronautical experience in an aeroplane
  • 500hrs as PIC of a multi-engine aircraft 
  • 100hrs as PIC on night Operations
  • Multi-crew Cooperation Course (Preferred) 
  • A current CASA Class 1 Aviation Medical Certificate
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment medical 
  • The ability to pass a Drug and Alcohol Test
  • The ability to hold an Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC)
  • A current passport with unrestricted access to all Qantas ports of call with at least 12 months validity
  • Australian citizenship or Australian permanent residency status

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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October 20, 2019

L382 Non Type Rated Captains International Air Response US

International Air Response is currently looking for C130/L382 Non Type Rated Captains.

Applicant should possess the ability to work remotely as part of a small crew from a location away from IAR's headquarters. Candidate must be able to travel out of the local area and/or U.S. for up to 45 days or more (travel typically occurs no more than twice per year).

Minimum requirements: 
  • FAA ATP Certificate 
  • Second Class FAA Medical Certificate 
  • Eligible to work for any US employer 
  • Available to travel, Domestic & International, without restrictions 
  • Able to Report to Mesa, AZ Base on a regular basis (90 Minute Response time required) 

Preferred (not required): 
  • C-130 A, E or H Experience 
  • 2500 C-130 / L382 Flight Hours 
  • Significant Heavy Aircraft Experience 
  • Aerial Application Experience 
  • Aerial Delivery Experience 

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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A320 Cadet Pilots Flynas Saudi Arabia

Flynas is pleased to announce that they are currently recruiting for exceptional cadet pilots who would like to build a career with them and be part of their rapidly growing aviation business:

Minimum requirements:
  • Saudi-nationals only
  • High School degree as a minimum.
  • 19-35 years old based on Hijri date of birth.
  • 165cm to 193cm height.
  • Minimum of 240 flying hours of which 25 hours on multi-engine is mandatory.
  • Holders of GACA/ICAO Multi-engines Land CPL/IR pilot license validated by GACA are (preferred). When you have received your GACA CPL/IR written exams, your license is validated by GACA.
  • Valid GACA AIP test with a minimum score of 80%.
  • Valid GACA English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT) with a minimum score of (Level 4).
  • Valid GACA First-Class Medical Certificate.

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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B777F Non Type Rated Captains AeroLogic Germany

AeroLogic is a modern cargo airline based at Leipzig/Halle Airport. It was founded in 2007 as joint venture of Lufthansa Cargo and DHL Express. With a very modern fleet of eleven new Boeing 777F AeroLogic mostly serves destinations in Asia and the USA. AeroLogic has a daily connection to Hong Kong and several connections to Bangkok, Singapore, Shanghai, Chicago and Houston.

Minimum requirements: 
  • ATPL or CPL/IR (frozen ATPL) issued by an EASA member state or another authority accepted by the LBA including a valid and current MPA type rating on an aircraft with a max. take off mass of 10.000kg or more and valid and current instrument rating.
  • A valid medical certificate by a physician approved by the issuing authority.
  • Minimum 6000 hours MPA (multi pilot airplane), min. 4.000 hours on aircraft > 150t MTOW, min. 1.000 h in Command on aircraft > 50t MTOW
  • Must have the right to work and live in the European Union.
  • Mandatory: Fluent spoken and written German and English.

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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