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News

Monday Jan 21st 2019
Incident Jetblue A321 at Fort Lauderdale on Jan 20th 2019, rejected takeoff due to gear indication
Incident Indigo A20N at Lucknow on Jan 21st 2019, engine vibrations
Incident Transat B738 at Fort Lauderdale on Jan 12th 2019, engine overheat
Accident Vietjet A21N at Banmethuot on Nov 29th 2018, both nose wheels separated on landing
Incident Brussels A333 near Faro on Jan 20th 2019, engine vibrations
Saturday Jan 19th 2019
Incident United B739 at Chicago on Jan 19th 2019, overran runway on landing
Crash Lion B38M near Jakarta on Oct 29th 2018, aircraft lost height and crashed into Java Sea, wrong AoA data
Incident Westjet B737 at Calgary on Jun 14th 2018, actual fire in cargo hold
Incident Norwegian B38M at Helsinki on Jan 18th 2019, touched down despite go around instruction
Friday Jan 18th 2019
Incident Southwest B738 at Omaha on Jan 18th 2019, overran runway on landing
Incident Trans Capital DHC7 near Baidoa on Jan 8th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Eurowings A320 at Dusseldorf on Jul 23rd 2018, during initial climb near collision with ultra light aircraft
Accident Ryanair B738 near Frankfurt on Jul 13th 2018, loss of cabin pressure, 33 passengers feeling unwell
Incident Orange2Fly A320 at Pristina on Dec 2nd 2017, severe hard landing at 3.04G
Incident Jetstar A321 at Melbourne on Oct 29th 2015, difficulty to rotate aircraft for takeoff
Incident Taban MD88 at Karaj on Nov 16th 2018, went around from very low height at wrong airport
Crash Saha B703 at Fath on Jan 14th 2019, landed at wrong airport
Incident Nordwind B738 at Ekaterinburg on Jan 17th 2019, cabin did not pressurize
Thursday Jan 17th 2019
Incident Iberia A346 near Bogota on Jan 17th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Virgin Atlantic A333 near London on Jan 17th 2019, engine oil quantity
Incident ANZ A320 at Dunedin on Jan 16th 2019, unsafe gear
Incident Azul AT72 near Londrina on Jan 16th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Nordstar B733 at Norilsk on Jan 17th 2019, burning odour, smoke detector activated
Incident ANA B788 at Osaka on Jan 17th 2019, both engines rolled back after landing
Incident Westjet Encore DH8D near Edmonton on Jan 6th 2019, dual generator failure
Accident Fly Jamaica B752 at Georgetown on Nov 9th 2018, hydraulic failure causes runway excursion on landing
Incident Indigo A20N at Chennai on Jan 3rd 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Ethiopian B772 over Indonesia on Jan 14th 2019, air space violation
Wednesday Jan 16th 2019
Incident Flybe DH8D near Belfast on Jan 14th 2019, door indication
Incident PSA CRJ2 at Watertown on Jan 15th 2019, configuration problem
Incident Flair B734 near Vancouver on Dec 29th 2018, turbulence causes 14 passengers become ill
Incident Gol B738 at Rio de Janeiro on Jan 15th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Cargolux B748 at Kuala Lumpur on Jan 16th 2019, smoke and fire in cockpit
Tuesday Jan 15th 2019
Incident Iceland B752 near Glasgow on Jan 14th 2019, burning odour in cabin
Incident Nouvel A320 at Djerba on Jan 15th 2019, IRS failure
Incident Delta MD88 at Baltimore on Jan 12th 2019, engine problem
Incident Cathay Dragon A320 at Hong Kong on Jan 13th 2019, navigation problems
Incident Iran A30B at Mashad on Jan 14th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Incident Ethiopian B737 at Johannesburg on Jan 14th 2019, one tyre deflated on landing
Incident Canada B38M near Vancouver on Dec 29th 2018, failure of wing anti-ice
Incident Travel Service B739 at Moscow on Jan 13th 2019, runway excursion during line up closes both runways
Monday Jan 14th 2019
Incident PSA CRJ2 at Washington on Jan 14th 2019, gear disagree after departure
Incident Etihad B773 at Manchester on Jan 14th 2019, problem with cabin pressurization
Incident Emirates B773 at Cairo on Jan 12th 2019, rejected takeoff due to unattended vehicle on runway
Incident Canada A319 at Vancouver on Dec 19th 2018, smoke and odour in cockpit
Sunday Jan 13th 2019
Incident SAS B738 at Alesund on Jan 13th 2019, tail scrape on departure
Incident Tunis B736 at Djerba on Jan 12th 2019, weather radar failure
Incident Red Wings A320 enroute on Jan 13th 2019, light show with pinball sounds
Saturday Jan 12th 2019
Incident Brussels A320 at Brussels on Jan 12th 2019, steering failure
Incident Azul E190 at Rio de Janeiro on Jan 10th 2019, brakes problem
Incident Wideroe E290 at Vienna on Jan 11th 2019, cabin did not properly pressurize

Jobs

January 22, 2019

G200 Rated and Non Type Rated Captains Skyservice Canada

Skyservice Business Aviation Services is currently looking for G200 Rated and Non Type Rated Captains to be based in Mississauga, Ontario.

Minimum requirements:
  • Valid Canadian Airline Transport Rating& Valid Class 1 Medical
  • 5000 hours total flying time;
  • 3000 hours multi-engine PIC;
  • 2000 hours jet time PIC;
  • Customer service-oriented;
  • Ability to work under pressure.
  • G200 Rating 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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January 21, 2019

Metroliner Captains SkyCare Canada

SkyCare's Flight Department is currently looking for Metroliner Captains

Minimum requirements:
  • A minimum of 2000 hours total time is required
  • 500 hours MPIC 
  • Group 1 Multi-IFR.
  • Transport Canada CPL(A)
  • Class 1 Medical Certificate
  • Must either be a Canadian citizen or have the legal right to work and live in Canada

Please submit your cover letter and resume along with three references

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 First Officers Avion Express Europe

Avion Express is recruiting Airbus A320 First Officers for ACMI Operations in the UK, Germany, and Turkey bases

Minimum requirements:
  • A320 type rated and currently flying the A320;
  • Minimum 1000 hours total time;
  • Minimum 500 hours on A320;
  • EASA/JAR-FCL-ATPL / ATPL frozen;
  • Class 1 medical;
  • English ICAO level 4;
  • Right to live and work in the EU (not applicable for Turkey base).

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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Embraer 145 Training Captains Loganair UK

Loganair, following the successful introduction of the Embraer 145 jet onto their AOC in October 2018, has opportunities for full time and permanently employed Training Captains. In particular, LTCs, TRIs and TREs.

The primary function of the roles will be to provide ground and simulator training/testing in support of both initial type rating training and recurrent training as required in accordance with the Loganair ATO manual and company recurrent training programme. Simulator training will be conducted in the E145 Flight Simulator based at CAE in Burgess Hill.

As required there may be supplementary tasks including:
  • Remedial training to assist crew members to attain sufficient competency to pass a simulator test/check (both ground and simulator training as required)
  • Simulator training as required for Line Training Captain courses
  • Simulator training for pilots requiring approved training to renew their type rating
  • Assisting in writing technical documentation as required for the recurrent training programme
  • Other supplementary tasks as required by the Flight Training Manager.

The roles of LTC, TRI and TRE involve an interesting blend of time, operating on the line and of course delivering training and examining the capability and compliance of our pilots.

Successful candidates will have a keen interest in helping and supporting colleagues become the best pilots that they can – making best use of existing skills and abilities and assisting the development of inherent individual potential.

Minimum requirements:
  • Applicants should have a high level of technical knowledge of the Embraer and would ideally have over 1000 hours of PIC on the aircraft.
  • EASA License
  • Class 1 Medical license

An attractive remuneration package is on offer as well as an excellent living and working life style.

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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