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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-28072770

    "Two Ryanair jets were damaged when they collided on the the ground at London's Stansted Airport."

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    • "British Airways plane carrying 185 passengers forced to make emergency landing at Heathrow after 'burning smell' in cockpit"

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/ar...l-cockpit.html

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      • "A transatlantic flight that diverted to Dublin Airport this morning with a technical issue has declared a second emergency."

        http://www.rte.ie/news/2014/0703/628...ght-emergency/

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        • Emergency Chute goes off mid-flight

          http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-airplane.html
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          • Anyone know what LS625 / EXS25LN is doing? (or more interesting ... why)

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            A little later, landed in Manchester - last seen on ADSB taxi-ing towards the passenger terminals slowly
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            Speaking after a Boeing 737 Jet2 plane declared an emergency after taking off from East Midlands Airport headed for Crete, an official for the airline said:
            Flight LS625 is being diverted to Manchester Airport due to a minor issue.

            Once landed, passengers will disembark and board an aircraft which is waiting to take them onwards to their destination in Greece.

            We apologise to our customers for any inconvenience caused
            Last edited by peterhr; 2014-07-04, 18:14.

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            • Originally posted by peterhr View Post
              Anyone know what LS625 / EXS25LN is doing? (or more interesting ... why)

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              A little later, landed in Manchester - last seen on ADSB taxi-ing towards the passenger terminals slowly
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              Speaking after a Boeing 737 Jet2 plane declared an emergency after taking off from East Midlands Airport headed for Crete, an official for the airline said:
              http://www.manchestereveningnews.co....rgency-7375575

              "The jet took off at 5.40pm but was then recorded as circling over the Peak District before landing just before 7pm at Manchester"

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              Last edited by rwall146; 2014-07-05, 15:16.

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              • One for a ground incident.. fresh 737 bodies now likely salvageable after de-rail

                http://www.king5.com/news/aerospace/...265866171.html
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                • "The flight from Portugal to Holland ran into trouble due to a suspected air conditioning problem and had to make an emergency landing in France, it has been reported."

                  http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-n...oxygen-3833967

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                  • Originally posted by Oblivian View Post
                    One for a ground incident.. fresh 737 bodies now likely salvageable after de-rail

                    http://www.king5.com/news/aerospace/...265866171.html
                    someone can buy these fuselages for cheap and convert into housing in the garden
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                    • ok merci
                      thanks

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                      • TransAsia Airways flight has been report to have crashed while making an emergency landing in Taiwan. 45-58 people have been reported to have been killed in the crash.
                        http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-07-2...-crash/5619462
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                        • Originally posted by YSWG View Post
                          TransAsia Airways flight has been report to have crashed while making an emergency landing in Taiwan. 45-58 people have been reported to have been killed in the crash.
                          http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-07-2...-crash/5619462
                          More here from the UK's 'The Guardian' newspaper, with a mention of FR24 included.

                          http://www.theguardian.com/world/201...-typhoon-matmo

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                          • "A Chautauqua Embraer ERJ-145 on behalf of Delta Airlines from New York La Guardia,NY to Dayton,OH (USA) with 41 passengers and 3 crew, was climbing out of La Guardia's runway 04 when the crew, climbing through about 6000 feet, requested to maintain 10,000 or 15,000 feet, they got a landing gear not coming up. The aircraft leveled off at 12,000 feet and entered a holding to troubleshoot the issue, about 5 minutes later the crew indicated they would not continue their flight but divert.

                            The aircraft continued to hold on radar vectors at 12,000 feet for about one hour, then the crew asked a "silly question" whether JFK Airport would have lighting equipment to be able to do a visual inspection of the landing gear during a fly by. The crew declared emergency reporting, they had managed to get their gear down and receive three greens but still weren't sure what the issue was. They requested a low approach to JFK's runway 31R, so that the left main gear with the problem would be on the tower side and then circle to land on 31L."

                            http://avherald.com/h?article=4780bb52&opt=0

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                            The image shows the fly over that the crew performed so the ground crew could get a good look at the landing gear to see if a tire had blown.

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                            • Australia awards the contract to search for MH370 to a Dutch firm.

                              Fugro will use two vessels equipped with side scan sonar, multibeam echo sounders and video cameras to scour the seafloor, which is close to 5,000 meter (16,400 feet) deep in places.
                              The Dutch company is already conducting a detailed underwater mapping of the search area, along with a Chinese naval vessel.
                              http://www.cnbc.com/id/101897367
                              Brian

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                              • Although it is a Dutch firm the actual detection equipment could well be British, Fugro buy a lot of sub-sea equipment from Sonardyne in Hampshire UK.
                                So far they have not stated exactly what kit they will be using.
                                Ben.

                                Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
                                Australia awards the contract to search for MH370 to a Dutch firm.

                                Fugro will use two vessels equipped with side scan sonar, multibeam echo sounders and video cameras to scour the seafloor, which is close to 5,000 meter (16,400 feet) deep in places.
                                The Dutch company is already conducting a detailed underwater mapping of the search area, along with a Chinese naval vessel.
                                http://www.cnbc.com/id/101897367
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