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News

Sunday Jul 15th 2018
Accident Rovos Rail CVLP at Pretoria on Jul 10th 2018, engine problem
Incident KLM B744 near Denver on Jul 13th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident Busan A321 near Tokyo on Jul 14th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Saturday Jul 14th 2018
Incident Lufthansa A321 at Vienna on Jul 12th 2018, flaps problem
Incident France A319 at Munich on Jul 14th 2018, loss of positioning system
Incident British Airways B773 at Singapore on Jul 13th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident Khabarovsk AN24 near Okha on Jul 12th 2018, total electrical failure, comms via smartphone
Accident Ryanair B738 near Frankfurt on Jul 13th 2018, loss of cabin pressure, 33 passengers feeling unwell
Friday Jul 13th 2018
Incident Swiss A320 at Dusseldorf on Jul 11th 2018, gear did not extend
Incident United B789 at San Francisco on Jul 12th 2018, engine surges
Incident Brussels A319 near Toulouse on Jul 13th 2018, odour in cockpit
Incident Qatar A333 at Kochi on Jul 13th 2018, temporary runway excursion
Incident Canada Rouge A319 at Los Angeles on Jul 10th 2018, hydraulic fault
Incident Skywest CRJ7 at Cedar Rapids on Jul 12th 2018, light strike
Incident Stobart AT42 at Donegal on Sep 7th 2016, temporary runway excursion on landing
Accident White AT72 at Fez on Jul 6th 2018, tail strike, hard landing and return flight
Incident Air China B738 near Shantou on Jul 10th 2018, loss of cabin pressure triggers investigation for smoking in cockpit
Thursday Jul 12th 2018
Incident Lufthansa A319 at Munich on Jul 11th 2018, smell after departure
Incident British Airways B772 near Baku on Jul 12th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident Indigo A320 and A20N near Coimbatore on Jul 10th 2018, near collision
Accident Colombia DC3 at San Felipe on Jul 11th 2018, left main gear collapse on landing causes runway excursion
Incident Swiss A319 near Zurich on Jul 12th 2018, hydraulic leak
Incident Mesa CRJ7 at Nashville on Jul 10th 2018, bird strike
Incident Southwest B737 at San Diego on Jul 11th 2018, smoke from left main gear on landing
Incident British Airways B789 near Brussels on Apr 29th 2017, loss of cabin pressure
Accident Cargolux B748 enroute on Mar 30th 2017, cargo leak
Incident Transavia B737 at Barcelona on Apr 17th 2016, fuel emergency
Accident Qeshm F100 at Mashad on Feb 16th 2018, landed without left main gear
Incident KLM B737 and Transavia B738 at Amsterdam on Mar 29th 2018, late go around on 18C and conflicting takeoff on 24
Incident Delta B752 at New York on Jul 7th 2016, engine fire
Wednesday Jul 11th 2018
Incident United B752 near Las Vegas on Jul 10th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident Virgin Atlantic A332 near Stephenville on Jun 24th 2018, smoke in galley
Incident Porter DH8D near Fredericton on Mar 10th 2018, sparks, burning odour followed by multiple system faults
Tuesday Jul 10th 2018
Accident American A333 near Gander on Jun 29th 2018, turbulence injures flight attendant
Incident Delta B738 at Los Angeles on Jul 9th 2018, engine failure distributes shrapnel on runway
Incident American B788 near Chicago on Jul 9th 2018, cracked windshield
Incident Yangon AT72 at Mandalay on Jul 9th 2018, cracked windshield
Incident India B738 at Mumbai on Jul 10th 2018, overran runway on landing
Incident Lufthansa A319 at Munich on Jun 25th 2018, third fume event in 4 days
Incident Lufthansa A321 at Munich on Jun 29th 2018, odour in cockpit
Accident Lufthansa A321 at Cologne and Munich on Jun 21st 2018, fumes on board
Monday Jul 9th 2018
Incident Austrian A320 near Tehran on Jul 5th 2018, airframe vibrations
Incident Asiana A359 over Pacific on Jul 8th 2018, abnormal tyre pressure indication
Incident Expressjet E145 at Fargo on Jul 9th 2018, smoke in cockpit
Accident Gol B738 near Belo Horizonte on Jul 9th 2018, sudden aircraft movement injures 2 flight attendants
Incident Bratsk YK40 at Aldan on Jul 9th 2018, runway excursion
Incident Porter DH8D at Ottawa on Jun 19th 2018, to feather or not to feather, that is the question
Accident Jazz DH8D at Toronto on Nov 9th 2017, hard landing at more than +5.5G, aircraft departs for return flight
Incident China Airlines B738 at Toyama and Nagoya on Jul 8th 2018, fuel emergency
Accident Far Eastern MD82 at Taipei on Jul 2nd 2018, uncontained engine failure
Sunday Jul 8th 2018
Incident Euro Atlantic B772 at Paris on Jul 6th 2018, could not retract nose gear
Incident Qantas A388 near Astrakhan on Jul 8th 2018, low engine oil quantity

Jobs

July 16, 2018

B747 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

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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July 15, 2018

Falcon 50 Non Type Rated First Officers Privaira US



Privaira is currently looking for Falcon 50 Pilots to be based in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Minimum requirements: 

  • Impeccable safety record
  • FAA First Class Medical
  • ATP rated or Commercial rated with ATP written complete
  • Restricted Radiotelephone Operators Permit
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Valid passport
  • Ability to work in an ever changing fast-pace environment
  • Excellent team management skills and CRM skills
  • Excellent client service skills
  • 2000 Hours Total Flying Time
  • 500 Hours Pilot-In-Command (PIC) Total Time
  • 500 Hours Multi-Engine (MEL) Total Time
  • 150 Hours Instrument Total Time
  • 100 Hours Turbine Total Time


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 Falcon 50 Jobs

Gulfstream V First Officers Luxaviation Germany

Luxaviation Germany is currently looking for Gulfstream V First Officers to be based in EDLP/PAD or EDDL/DUS.

Minimum requirements:
  • EASA ATPL
  • Valid G450, G550 or G-V Type rating
  • ME/IR Rating
  • Class I Medical 
  • Total time > 500hrs
  • Previous Experience on business aviation
  • Fluent in German and English, written and spoken

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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ATR42/72 Captains Blue Islands Channel Islands

Blue Islands is seeking to recruit ATR Captains for its bases at Guernsey and Jersey airports.

Further to continued and planned expansion, Blue Islands is seeking flight crew for its fleet of ATR 42 and ATR 72 aircraft. Ideal candidates will have ATR experience or a recently completed ATR type rating.

Minimum requirements:
  • Valid FCL ATPL(A) 
  • Command Experience on Aircraft with MTOW >10tn

They offer a competitive salary, industry-leading worldwide staff travel package with multiple airlines for you, your family and friends, plus other benefits.

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 ATR Jobs