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Eingetragen um 16.01.2012 12:18:12
Accident: Euroshuttle A332 near Gander on Jan 16th 2012, turbulence injures 5

An European Air Shuttle Airbus 330-200, registration D-AIDA performing flight ESH-502 from Vancouver to Munich, was enroute at FL390 when the aircraft encountered turbulence causing injuries to 5 passengers. The flight continued to destination for a safe landing at Munich right on schedule.

The CTSB released their final report concluding the probable cause of the accident was:
The flight crew’s inadvertent encounter with a small area of cumulous clouds at early morning that resulted in moderate to severe convectively induced turbulence.

The flight has been smooth, there were no returns on the weather radar. No pilot reports regarding turbulence, weather advisories or significant weather reports had been issued. The airplane suddenly entered a cloud while enroute at Mach 0.85 and encountered moderate turbulence, the airspeed increased to overspeed, the autopilot disconnected. The captain took control of the aircraft and turned the fasten seat belt signs on, the captain observed considerable "Elmo's fire" throughout the turbulence, which lasted about 10 seconds.

The flight data recorder showed vertical accelerations of +1.23G changing to -0.5G within a second, then an increase to +1.5G within a few seconds. The FDR data suggest the turbulence lasted 15 seconds.

The National Weather Service depicted an area of rain showers over the region with a few tops reaching 31,000 to 48,000 feet. Radar images showed a small area of returns in the turbulence area for about 30 minutes.


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Eingetragen um 16.01.2012 14:40:46
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Accident EAS Cargo MD11F near Malta on 16th March 2012

During descend to Malta Airport, an EAS Cargo MD11F Regestration D-ANNA
became an technical problem and the flaps begins deliver at high speed.
That results in blocked Flaps at low Position.
A High Speed Landing was performed at Malta Airport and everything went well.
The Technical problem is under investigation of the german BFU.


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Accident: Euroshuttle B737 at Luxembourg on May 8th 2012, left main gear collapse on landing

A European Air Shuttle Boeing 737-700, registration D-AGMA performing flight ESH-502 from Dublin to Luxembourg with 97 passengers and 5 crew, landed on Luxembourg's runway 24 at about 12:31L (10:31Z) when during the roll out the left main gear strut started to fail, the gear strut penetrating the upper surface of the wing. The aircraft came to stop off the runway and was disabled, no injuries are being reported. The passengers disembarked onto the runway via mobile stairs.

The runway was closed for about 1 hour.


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Incident: Iberia A320 and Euroshuttle B737 near Madrid on May 15th 2012, loss of separation

An Iberia Airbus A320, performing flight IBE-401 from Madrid to Gran Canaria (Spain), was enroute at Flight Level 350, on a South West Heading.

A Euroshuttle Boeing 737-700, registration D-AGMA performing flight ESH-502 from Casablanca (Morocco) to Brussels (Belgium), was on cruise Flight at Flight Level 350 at the same time with a North East Heading when the separation between the two aircraft was lost.

The separation loss caused a TCAS resolution advisory on both aircraft.

Both aircraft continued to their destinations for safe landings.

Spain's CIAIAC reported that the separation between the two aircraft reduced to 0,9 nm horizontally, no more vertical separation.

The cause why the Iberia doesn't respond to the TCAS RA is currently under investigation.


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Bearbeitet von ESH502 auf 16.05.2012 07:42:46
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