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  • Big orange had an engine alert at full throttle this afternoon

    http://aviationshotzphotography.blog...20-vh-vgf.html

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/657...r-engine-fault
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    • Taiwan plane crash: Nine dead after TransAsia Airways flight plunges into Taipei river after hitting bridge, local media and officials report

      B-22816
      Last edited by YSWG; 2015-02-04, 07:23.
      F-YSWG1 and T-YSWG2

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      • It reminded me of the Boeing 747 (cargo) crash in Afghanistan. Though the 747 crash was due to cargo shifting but the two are so similar (due to stalling).
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        • Taiwan pilots 'lost thrust in one engine, restarted the other'

          (Reuters) - The crew of a twin-propellor TransAsia plane which crashed into a river in Taipei killing 35 people had lost power in one engine but shut down and restarted the other, investigators said on Friday.

          The reason for the pilots' action was unclear but a combined lack of thrust caused the almost-new turboprop ATR 72-600 to stall soon after take-off, Aviation Safety Council officials said after a preliminary study of 'black box' flight recorders.

          The plane, which can fly on one engine, was carrying 58 passengers and crew when it lurched nose-up between buildings, clipped an overpass and a taxi with one of its wings and then crashed upside down into a shallow river on Wednesday. Fifteen people survived.

          http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/...0LA04N20150206

          http://aviation-safety.net/database/...?id=20150204-0

          "The airplane took off from Taipei-Sung Shan Airport's runway 10 at 10:51 hours local time and turned right, climbing to an altitude of 1350 feet. At 10:52 the master warning sounded in the cockpit associated with the right engine (nr.2) flame out procedure message. Some 26 seconds later the left hand (nr.1) power lever was retarded to flight idle. After twenty seconds the left engine condition lever was set to the fuel shutoff position resulting in left engine shutdown.
          Instead of continuing the climbing right hand turn, the airplane had turned left and began losing altitude and speed with several stall warnings sounding in the cockpit. At 10:53, the flight contacted the Sung Shan Tower controller declaring a Mayday and reporting an 'engine flameout'. The airplane then turned to the right while the crew attempted to restart the left hand engine."
          Last edited by fungus; 2015-02-09, 11:03. Reason: additional info
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          • Originally posted by fungus View Post
            (Reuters) - The crew of a twin-propellor TransAsia plane which crashed into a river in Taipei killing 35 people had lost power in one engine but shut down and restarted the other, investigators said on Friday.

            The reason for the pilots' action was unclear but a combined lack of thrust caused the almost-new turboprop ATR 72-600 to stall soon after take-off, Aviation Safety Council officials said after a preliminary study of 'black box' flight recorders.

            The plane, which can fly on one engine, was carrying 58 passengers and crew when it lurched nose-up between buildings, clipped an overpass and a taxi with one of its wings and then crashed upside down into a shallow river on Wednesday. Fifteen people survived.

            http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/...0LA04N20150206
            They found the body of the pilot - still holding the joy-stick.
            F-WSSS1 - Cats refused to Pee & Pooh on RadarBox - Running a FR24 Receiver & DVB-T Dongle 24/7 to piss off The Chief Thief.

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            • AirAsia jet turns back to Malaysia due to technical problem

              "AirAsia X flight to Saudi Arabia turns back due to technical problem, lands safely in Malaysia

              KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) -- An AirAsia X flight heading from Malaysia to Saudi Arabia turned back shortly after takeoff Sunday due to a technical problem, circling for hours before landing safely back in Kuala Lumpur, the long-haul budget carrier said.

              The incident came after an AirAsia plane crashed into the Java Sea on Dec. 28 while flying from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore, killing all 162 people on board. That was the first fatal accident for AirAsia, the region's top budget carrier, which was formed in 2001. AirAsia X is the group's long-haul arm."

              https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/ai...111250379.html

              http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4817f0c9&opt=0;

              "Incident: AirAsia X A333 near Kuala Lumpur on Feb 8th 2015, autothrust failure
              By Simon Hradecky, created Sunday, Feb 8th 2015 19:35Z, last updated Sunday, Feb 8th 2015 19:35Z

              An AirAsia X Airbus A330-300, registration 9M-XXG performing flight D7-172 from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) with 371 people on board, had just reached cruise level 300 about 110nm eastnortheast of Kuala Lumpur when the crew entered a hold to work the checklists on the failure of an autothrottle and subsequently decided to return to Kuala Lumpur. The aircraft burned off fuel and landed safely back about 4:45 hours after departure."
              Last edited by fungus; 2015-02-09, 11:07.
              YSSY2/T-YSSY4 [SBS-1 Basestation w/- SSE-1090 SJ Mk2 Antenna (Thanks Delcomp) ] [Uniden UBCD996T w/- 16 element Wideband Discone VHF/UHF Antenna, and tuned 108MHz-137MHz Airband Antenna] [Trialing a home-brew 1090MHz collinear antenna]

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              • Originally posted by fungus View Post
                "AirAsia X flight to Saudi Arabia turns back due to technical problem, lands safely in Malaysia

                KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) -- An AirAsia X flight heading from Malaysia to Saudi Arabia turned back shortly after takeoff Sunday due to a technical problem, circling for hours before landing safely back in Kuala Lumpur, the long-haul budget carrier said.

                The incident came after an AirAsia plane crashed into the Java Sea on Dec. 28 while flying from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore, killing all 162 people on board. That was the first fatal accident for AirAsia, the region's top budget carrier, which was formed in 2001. AirAsia X is the group's long-haul arm."

                https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/ai...111250379.html

                http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4817f0c9&opt=0;

                "Incident: AirAsia X A333 near Kuala Lumpur on Feb 8th 2015, autothrust failure
                By Simon Hradecky, created Sunday, Feb 8th 2015 19:35Z, last updated Sunday, Feb 8th 2015 19:35Z

                An AirAsia X Airbus A330-300, registration 9M-XXG performing flight D7-172 from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) with 371 people on board, had just reached cruise level 300 about 110nm eastnortheast of Kuala Lumpur when the crew entered a hold to work the checklists on the failure of an autothrottle and subsequently decided to return to Kuala Lumpur. The aircraft burned off fuel and landed safely back about 4:45 hours after departure."
                Hi Fungus,

                This Simon Hradecky fella has got his compass bearings all mixed up. The aircraft was on the way to the middle east not the far east.

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                • Originally posted by Limpost View Post
                  Hi Fungus,

                  This Simon Hradecky fella has got his compass bearings all mixed up. The aircraft was on the way to the middle east not the far east.
                  Limpost,

                  I'm not sure he's made any reference to the far east, unless I'm missing something obvious. There is a comment in the other link and the commentary regarding the AirAsia crash in the Java Sea and so there are two incidents referred to. That may be where the confusion lies. I could have worded my post in a better manner.

                  Regards,
                  Gregg
                  Last edited by fungus; 2015-02-09, 22:43.
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                  • Medical emergency forces (Virgin) plane to land

                    A Virgin jet flying from Adelaide to Sydney is back in the air after a sick passenger forced it to land in Melbourne.

                    The patient was taken to Royal Melbourne hospital in a stable condition, an Ambulance Victoria spokesman said.

                    Flight (VOZ/DJ)401 left Adelaide at 6am but made a sharp southward turn about half way through the two-and-a-half-hour flight to Sydney, flight radars show.

                    The plane has since resumed its journey.

                    https://au.news.yahoo.com/vic/a/2631...virgin-flight/
                    YSSY2/T-YSSY4 [SBS-1 Basestation w/- SSE-1090 SJ Mk2 Antenna (Thanks Delcomp) ] [Uniden UBCD996T w/- 16 element Wideband Discone VHF/UHF Antenna, and tuned 108MHz-137MHz Airband Antenna] [Trialing a home-brew 1090MHz collinear antenna]

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                    • Germanwings Airbus A320 from Dusseldorf to Barcelona might have crashed in Southern France
                      http://www.rts.ch/info/monde/6646711...la-france.html

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                      • Reports coming in...

                        148 people on board

                        D-AIPX
                        Airbus A320-211
                        Serial number: 147
                        Plane age: 24.3 years
                        http://www.airfleets.net/ficheapp/plane-a320-147.htm

                        Germanwings Flight 9525 page from wikipedia
                        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germanwings_Flight_9525

                        Added some news info on this thread about the crash.
                        http://www.radarspotters.eu/forum/in...p?topic=8322.0
                        Last edited by SoCalBrian; 2015-03-24, 19:27.
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                        • http://www.flightradar24.com/2015-03...GWI18G/5d42675

                          Yet again another mysterious crash of an A320. Watch the ADS-B data that was streaming from the plane and you'll see the flight was at 38,000 then shortly after entering French airspace for some odd reason the flight seems to start a controlled decent at about -3000 feet per minute. It stays on a track of 26 degrees the whole time. The last transmitted altitude was 6800 feet and the mountain it hit was 5300 feet high. It was traveling at 700 Km per hour when it hit... no wonder there is nothing left.



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                          • Pilot or Co-Pilot suicide ?
                            F-WSSS1 - Cats refused to Pee & Pooh on RadarBox - Running a FR24 Receiver & DVB-T Dongle 24/7 to piss off The Chief Thief.

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                            • I'll be waiting on the official statement, rather then "leaked" information.
                              F-YSWG1 and T-YSWG2

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                              • Originally posted by Birdie View Post
                                Pilot or Co-Pilot suicide ?
                                Wow I just saw the news... that's totally horrible and disturbing that a pilot would do this.
                                Last edited by 1090 MHz; 2015-03-26, 19:15.
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