mandag 3. juli 2017

Røyk- eller lukttilfeller i cockpit eller i kabinen øker - Curt Lewis

Incident: Europa E195 at Zurich on Jul 2nd 2017, very bad smell in cabin

An Air Europa Embraer ERJ-195, registration EC-KYO performing flight UX-1676 from Zurich (Switzerland) to Madrid,SP (Spain), was climbing out of Zurich's runway 28 when the crew stopped the climb at FL280 reporting a very bad smell in the cabin, the crew advised it was not an emergency situation however requested a smooth as possible return. The aircraft returned to Zurich for a safe landing on runway 14 about 25 minutes after departure. The crew subsequently reported normal operation and taxied to the apron.

The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground for about 5 hours, then departed as flight UX-2 to Madrid maintaining a maximum FL290.

Incident: Lufthansa A319 at Frankfurt on Jul 1st 2017, odour in cockpit

A Lufthansa Airbus A319-100, registration D-AILC performing flight LH-144 from Frankfurt/Main to Nuremberg (Germany), was climbing out of Frankfurt's runway 18 when the crew stopped the climb at about FL160 reporting an unusual odour in the cockpit and returned to Frankfurt for a safe landing on runway 25C about 25 minutes after departure.

A passenger reported the flight was already delayed due to an aircraft change. The captain announced that during cold start of the aircraft a computer was hung. Maintenance accessed the avionics bay to perform a system reset. A few minutes after departure the captain came on stating that it did not make sense to continue the flight, they would return to Frankfurt. The aircraft landed back with emergency services on stand by, the captain then announced that both pilots had noticed an unusual odour in the cockpit. The flight was cancelled, the passengers supplied train tickets to Nuremberg.

The occurrence aircraft had already returned to Frankfurt on Jun 29th 2017 while performing flight LH-148 to Nuremberg and remained on the ground until needed as replacement aircraft for LH-144 on Jul 1st 2017.

Incident: Jetblue A320 near Atlantic City on Jun 28th 2017, smoke in cockpit

A Jetblue Airbus A320-200, registration N645JB performing flight B6-1443 from Newark,NJ to West Palm Beach,FL (USA), was climbing out of Newark when the crew stopped the climb at about FL230 reporting smoke in the cockpit and decided to divert to Atlantic City,NJ for a safe landing about 15 minutes later.

The FAA reported the aircraft diverted due to smoke in the cockpit. The same aircraft later continued the flight.

The airline reported the aircraft diverted out of abundance of caution due to unusual odour in the cabin. The odour was identified to originate from equipment in the aft galley. The same aircraft continued to West Palm Beach.

A replacement Airbus A320-200 registration N535JB continued the flight and reached West Palm Beach with a delay of 500 minutes.

The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground for about 11.5 hours, then positioned to New York JFK and resumed service.

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