British Airways G-ZBKN aircraft British Airways 

British Airways plane returns to London due to fire in the cabin

The incident happened yesterday, there were no injuries. A British Airways aircraft operating the BA-39 flight between London Heathrow International Airport (LHR) and the Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) had to return to the capital of the United Kingdom due to fire in the cabin. The aircraft, a Boeing 787-900 and registration G-ZBKN was circulating on the FL370 route about 35 nautical miles (65 kilometers) south of Copenhagen, Denmark, when the pilots took the decision to return to London due to an electrical fire originated in the cabin that has been extinguished. The incident caused no injuries…

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Air Canada C-GPWG Air Canada San Francisco Intl. Airport 

Air Canada had another incident at San Francisco Airport

An Airbus A320 landed even though the air traffic controller’s instructions advised it otherwise. Air Canada had a new incident last weekend at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) when the aircraft was to land. The Airbus A320 C-GPWG was operating flight AC 728 Flight from Montreal and was cleared to land on runway 28R. Due to a problem with the radio system when the aircraft was in its final approach, the communication with the control tower was affected and the pilots could not hear the new instructions that requested that the airplane…

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A380 Air France engine broken Air France 

An Airbus A380 of Air France loses part of an engine in mid-flight

The aircraft headed from Paris to Los Angeles made an emergency landing in Canada. An airplane Airbus A380-800 registration F-HPJE, belonging to Air France, suffered an explosion in the engine 4, which destroyed the front covering of the same causing damage to the right wing. The Air France Flight AF66 departed from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) and was heading to Los Ángeles International Airport(LAX). Due to the emergency, the plane landed at 13:40 local time at Goose Bay Canadian Forces Base (YYR), located on the East coast of the country. There were no injured by…

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Emirates A380 at Domodedovo Airport Emirates Moscow-Domodedovo Intl. Airport 

An Emirates A380 almost suffers an accident in Moscow

The world’s largest commercial aircraft landed dangerously at Domodedovo Airport. An Airbus A380 of Emirates starred in a strange event on September 10 when it was about to land at Moscow-Domodedovo International Airport (DME), in Russia. The Flight EK131 from Dubai descended below the glide path, up to 120 meters when it was 15 kilometers from the airport, while the minimum recommended at that distance is 600 meters. The airplane with 446 passengers and crew members on board, was raised for a new landing attempt and after a second missed approach, finally managed to land. The UAE Aviation Civil General…

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