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News

Sunday Jun 25th 2017
Incident American A321 near Minneapolis on Jun 24th 2017, unsafe thrust reverser indication
Incident Ryanair B738 near Milan on Jun 23rd 2017, smoke in cabin
Incident AirAsia X A333 near Learmonth on Jun 25th 2017, engine shut down in flight after severe vibrations
Saturday Jun 24th 2017
Incident KLM Cityhopper E190 at Amsterdam on Jun 24th 2017, engine vibrations
Incident Delta MD88 near Bristol on Jun 23rd 2017, smell of smoke in cockpit
Incident Delta B764 near Boston on Jun 22nd 2017, problem with minimum/maximum speed indications
Friday Jun 23rd 2017
Incident Delta A333 near Amsterdam on Jun 23rd 2017, smell of smoke in cabin, runway surface identified as source
Incident China Eastern A321 at Hong Kong on May 24th 2017, runway excursion on landing
Incident Jetblue E190 near Charleston on Jun 23rd 2017, smoke in cockpit
Incident GoAir A320 at Delhi on Jun 21st 2017, bird strike
Incident THY A321 at Bucharest on Jun 22nd 2017, overran runway on landing
Thursday Jun 22nd 2017
Incident KLM B772 and KLM B738 at Amsterdam on Jun 22nd 2017, conflicting takeoff clearances
Incident United B772 near Baker Lake on Jun 20th 2017, lavatory woes
Incident American A333 at Charlotte on Jun 21st 2017, flaps problems
Incident Delta B772 over Pacific on Jun 22nd 2017, burning odour and smoke in cabin
Incident Europa A332 at Madrid on Oct 17th 2014, takeoff despite vehicle on runway
Incident Transat A313 at Montreal on Jun 16th 2017, hydraulic problem
Accident PSA CRJ7 near Montgomery on Jun 21st 2017, smoke in cockpit
Incident PIA AT42 at Karachi on Jun 9th 2017, engine shut down in flight
Wednesday Jun 21st 2017
Incident Swiss BCS3 near Geneva on Jun 20th 2017, generator trouble
Incident Swiss BCS3 near London on Jun 18th 2017, generator trouble
Incident PIA A320 near Karachi on Jun 19th 2017, cracked windshield
Incident Etihad B789 at Zurich on Jun 18th 2017, flaps problem
Incident Delta A332 near Amsterdam on Jun 21st 2017, hydraulic problem
Incident Canada B773 near Frankfurt on Jun 15th 2017, smell of smoke in cabin
Incident UTAir AT72 at Surgut and Tyumen on Jun 20th 2017, burst tyre on departure
Accident United B738 near Cancun on Jun 20th 2017, turbulence injures 4 occupants
Tuesday Jun 20th 2017
Incident Airbus A3ST at Hamburg on Jun 20th 2017, could not retract gear
Incident KLM Cityhopper E175 near Amsterdam on Jun 20th 2017, engine vibrations
Incident Skywest CRJ7 at Chicago on Jun 10th 2017, uncontained engine failure
Incident SAS A319 at Gdansk on Jun 20th 2017, smoke in cabin
Accident Skyward F50 at Nairobi on Jan 4th 2015, could not extend left main gear as result of bird strike
Monday Jun 19th 2017
Incident Cathay Pacific B744 at Hong Kong on Jun 19th 2017, gear problem after departure
Incident British Airways B772 at Kuwait on Jun 16th 2017, engine shut down in flight
Incident Atlasjet B738 at Istanbul on Jun 18th 2017, lightning strike
Incident Southwest B737 at Dallas on Jun 16th 2017, bird strike
Incident France A343 at Bogota on Mar 11th 2017, abnormally long takeoff run
Sunday Jun 18th 2017
Incident GOL B738 at Cuiaba on Jun 16th 2017, bird strike
Accident China Eastern A332 near Tyumen on Jun 18th 2017, severe turbulence causes loss of 4000 feet and injures 26
Saturday Jun 17th 2017
Incident Astana E190 at Astana on Jun 16th 2017, air conditioning failure
Incident American B738 near Phoenix on Jun 16th 2017, pack failure
Incident Envoy E175 near Kansas City on Jun 17th 2017, loss of cabin pressure, door damage suspected
Incident United B772 at Chicago on Jun 16th 2017, engine problem
Friday Jun 16th 2017
Incident Canada Rouge A319 near Toronto on May 25th 2017, limited flight controls
Incident Lufthansa A319 near Hamburg on Jun 16th 2017, smell of smoke in cockpit and cabin
Incident United B752 near Raleigh/Durham on Jun 15th 2017, engine shut down in flight
Incident Cathay Dragon A320 near Hong Kong on Jun 16th 2017, smell of smoke in cockpit
Incident Germania Flug A321 at Pristina on Jun 14th 2017, unruly battery
Accident Avanti AT72 at Zurich on Dec 4th 2014, burst tyre on landing
Incident Delta B744 over Pacific on Jun 7th 2017, engine shut down in flight

Jobs

June 26, 2017

B1900 Non Type Rated Captains Pacific Coastal Airlines Canada

Pacific Coastal Airlines is currently looking for B1900 Captains to fill permanent full time positions. This position is to be based in Vancouver/Richmond, BC.

Minimum requirements:
  • 750 hours total time 
  • CPL with IATRA or ATPL 
  • Current Multi Engine IFR 
  • Valid Cat 1 Medical Certificate 
  • Ability to travel away from home, including overnights 
  • Flexibility to work varying shifts 
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Restricted Area Identity Card 
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Canadian Passport or the ability to legally work in Canada 
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds unassisted 

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 B1900 Non Type Rated Jobs

June 25, 2017

B767 Non Type Rated First Officers Omni Air International US

Omni Air International is currently interviewing for First Officer positions to be based in Tulsa.

Minimum requirements:
  • Commercial, Multi-Engine, and Instrument ratings (ATP Certificate a plus)
  • 2000 hours total time
  • 1000 hours as PIC (Turbine Time a plus)
  • ATP written
  • Must be able to pass a 10-year Background/Criminal/DMV/Drug Screen. 
  • Preferred candidates will also have some international experience, Glass cockpit experience, and a Type Rating.

Resumes will be kept on file for six months. Military and civilian service alumni are encouraged to apply.

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 B767 Non Type Rated Jobs

E-Jet Non Type Rated Captains Stobart Air Ireland and UK

Stobart Air are moving forward with expansion in 2017. Building on the airline’s existing operation at Southend for Flybe, the airline will commence operating Embraer EJETs (E195s) in 2017 and are now actively recruiting for EJet non-type rated Captains. Minimum requirements and overview of terms and condition outlined below.

Benefits:
  • Permanent contract
  • A stable fixed roster pattern 5:2:5:3
  • Very competitive Salary package
  • Per diems provided
  • Interline tickets and ID 90 travel on Aer Lingus, Flybe and Etihad route networks
  • 23 Days annual leave increasing with service
  • Company pension scheme
  • Loss of licence insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Annual medical
  • Current bases –London Southend & Dublin bases
  • Annual pay scale and salary increment

Minimum requirements:
  • Currently operating as a Captain
  • Minimum (total) 4000 hours Total Time
  • Minimum (total) 1500 hours PIC of civil/military, multi-crew/multi-engine aircraft in excess of 20 tonnes MTOM
  • IAA EASA ATPL (or converted to an IAA licence by starting date.)
  • Current MPA rating on an aircraft in excess of 20 tonnes MTOM
  • Valid ME Instrument Rating
  • Valid Class 1 medical
  • No History of Incidents or Accidents
  • Right to live and work in the EU without restriction or limitation.

Screening: Interview and SIM screening will be held in the UK JAN-FEB17. Candidates arrange own flights, accommodation will be provided and if successful cost of flights will be reimbursed.

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 E-Jet Jobs 

B777-200LR VIP Captains Comlux Aviation

Comlux The Aviation Group is one of the leaders in VIP aircraft management and charter services operating globally with the highest standards of safety and quality. To support our fleet development programme, we are seeking to recruit an experienced Boeing B777-200 LR VIP Captain.

Minimum requirements:

  • Valid License - FAA, EASA Part FCL or ICAO;
  • Minimum experience (total time)
  • 7000 hours
  • 3000 hours on type;
  • Valid and Current Type Rating on B777;
  • Valid FAA or EASA Part MED Class 1 Medical Certificate;
  • Perfect command of the English language (minimum Level 5);
  • Knowledge of additional languages will be considered an asset

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 B777 Jobs