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First diversion of the year: AirBridgeCargo flight #RU452 (Boeing 747F reg. VP-BIG) is returning to Amsterdam. Reason unknown.

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sn26567 wrote: 01 Jan 2021, 21:45 First diversion of the year: AirBridgeCargo flight #RU452 (Boeing 747F reg. VP-BIG) is returning to Amsterdam. Reason unknown.

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Gear problem on departure, says The Aviation Herald:

http://avherald.com/h?article=4e14a3e6
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Good visibility at EDI (10km) but flight #BA1464 (A321neo reg. G-NEOV LHR-EDI) is doing a U-turn and returning to LHR. Reason unknown.

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Plenty of arrivals at EGPH are either cancelled or diverted to GLA or LHR.

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Q) EGPX/QMRLC/IV/NBO/A /000/999/5557N00322W005
A) EGPH B) 2101032130 C) 2101040500
E) RUNWAY 06/24 IS CLOSED

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According to FR24, the last flight to take off from EGPH was U2810 at 1754z to LGW.
Next was to be U26995 to MAD, operated by G-EZUO.

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She seemed to have taxied but stopped short of the RWY. Either something (major) made the RWY u/s or G-EZUO went off the pavement and is stuck there for a while, closing the AD till tomorrow morning.

GLA is a good alternate, about 1-hour drive from EDI.

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From Twitter: U.K.: Severe weather temporarily closes #Edinburgh Airport to inbound flights after runway freezes; some flights diverted to #Glasgow International Airport

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Delta flight #DL161 from Amsterdam to Minneapolis just diverted to Dublin, the Boeing 767-300ER registered N192DN is followed by fire crew.

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A KLM Boeing 777-300ER cargo plane registered PH-BVR, which was en route on flight KL895 to Seoul in South Korea, turned over over Russian airspace on Sunday evening to set course back to Schiphol. A spokeswoman confirms a report about this on the Flightradar website. The reason for this is that the captain got feverish en route. In view of corona, it was decided to return as a precaution.
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ANA flight #NH8549, Chicago-Tokyo, Boeing 777-300ER reg. JA787A, squawking 7700 and turning back toward Chicago shortly after departure. Currently jettisoning fuel. Reason: engine problems.

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Full story: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/ana- ... l-chicago/
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Good morning,

Does anynone knows why OO-SFD operating flight BEL204 from DSS to BRU had to made a stop at LPA this thursday January 28th ? Medical emergency ?

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kazansky137 wrote: 28 Jan 2021, 09:30 Does anynone knows why OO-SFD operating flight BEL204 from DSS to BRU had to made a stop at LPA this thursday January 28th ? Medical emergency ?
I don't know the answer, but here is the trace of this flight.

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I have just learned that the flight made an emergency landing at LPA because a passenger died.

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Always beats me how they say ‘the controllers decided to divert the aircraft’... :roll:

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sdbelgium wrote: 28 Jan 2021, 21:41 Always beats me how they say ‘the controllers decided to divert the aircraft’... :roll:
OK, it's the pilot who decides, but I guess the controllers could advise going to Las Palmas rather than to Arrecife or Fuerteventura (which were closer) because of better medical facilities.
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Looks like some kind of problem....
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Jeremy De Winter wrote: 29 Jan 2021, 16:18 Looks like some kind of problem....
Inspection also checked the RWY after landing.

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Jeremy De Winter wrote: 29 Jan 2021, 16:22
Inspection also checked the RWY after landing.
Quick inspection as the SIA 74 was 5nm behind.

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DHL UK Boeing 757-200F (G-DHKZ, built 1992) returned to land safely at Leipzig Airport (EDDP), Germany, after the main cargo door opened in soon after take-off from runway 26L.

https://t.co/TJjIBsyqDX?amp=1

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