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На фюзеляже не так и много отверстий - дренажи снизу фюзеляжа и под окнами, exhaust вентиляции avionics racks и иногда багажников, pressurization system valves, static ports, ну и ram air кондишки


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Да, на wide-body свои особенности, у меня мало опыта общения с ними, вернее сказать почти нет
Но насколько я понимаю preflight inspection выполняются формально (в большинстве случаев). SAFA любит такие случаи


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Да, на wide-body свои особенности, у меня мало опыта общения с ними, вернее сказать почти нет
Но насколько я понимаю preflight inspection выполняются формально (в большинстве случаев). SAFA любит такие случаи

Отверстия - это малая часть того, что надо смотреть. А SAFA не давать повода очень просто - обойти и осмотреть самолет, как положено. К тому же, в нашем осмотре ничего вооще не надо трогать. А придраться к моему направлению взгляда я ей на даю повода.


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14го кроме чудесного купания инцендентов не зарегано


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Да, на wide-body свои особенности, у меня мало опыта общения с ними, вернее сказать почти нет
Но насколько я понимаю preflight inspection выполняются формально (в большинстве случаев). SAFA любит такие случаи

Отверстия - это малая часть того, что надо смотреть. А SAFA не давать повода очень просто - обойти и осмотреть самолет, как положено. К тому же, в нашем осмотре ничего вооще не надо трогать. А придраться к моему направлению взгляда я ей на даю повода.

SAFA инспектора такие милые, особенно из GSAC надеюсь, что ваш damage map в порядке


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Да, на wide-body свои особенности, у меня мало опыта общения с ними, вернее сказать почти нет
Но насколько я понимаю preflight inspection выполняются формально (в большинстве случаев). SAFA любит такие случаи

Отверстия - это малая часть того, что надо смотреть. А SAFA не давать повода очень просто - обойти и осмотреть самолет, как положено. К тому же, в нашем осмотре ничего вооще не надо трогать. А придраться к моему направлению взгляда я ей на даю повода.

SAFA инспектора такие милые, особенно из GSAC надеюсь, что ваш damage map в порядке


создай тему со страшилками и пугай кого хочешь, здесь своими котофобиями стебать некого


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Посмотрел на клапаны А320: два safety valves установлены на aft pressure bulkhead, они также выполняют функцию negative press valve, соответственно на фюзеляже их не видно. Срабатывают при дельта пи 8,6 psi. Если клапан остается в открытом положении более 60 сек срабатывает master caution, oral warning и индикация на ЕСАМ


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Incident: Korean B773 near Tokyo on Apr 14th 2013, smoke in cockpit

By Simon Hradecky, created Monday, Apr 15th 2013 14:21Z, last updated Monday, Apr 15th 2013 14:21Z
A Korean Airlines Boeing 777-300, registration HL-8210 performing flight KE-11 from Seoul (South Korea) to Los Angeles,CA (USA) with 288 people on board, was enroute at FL330 about 90nm northeast of Tokyo's Narita Airport (Japan) when the crew reported smoke in the cockpit and decided to divert to Narita for a safe landing on runway 16R about 23 minutes later. Attending emergency services did not find any fire or heat.

Japan's Transport Ministry reported the flight crew had reported smoke in the cockpit, however cabin crew had observed a small amount of smoke in a galley above a refrigerator. An investigation is under way.

The aircraft was able to continue the journey 14.5 hours after landing and reached Los Angeles with a delay of 15 hours.


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Incident: Korean B773 near Tokyo on Apr 14th 2013, smoke in cockpit

By Simon Hradecky, created Monday, Apr 15th 2013 14:21Z, last updated Monday, Apr 15th 2013 14:21Z
A Korean Airlines Boeing 777-300, registration HL-8210 performing flight KE-11 from Seoul (South Korea) to Los Angeles,CA (USA) with 288 people on board, was enroute at FL330 about 90nm northeast of Tokyo's Narita Airport (Japan) when the crew reported smoke in the cockpit and decided to divert to Narita for a safe landing on runway 16R about 23 minutes later. Attending emergency services did not find any fire or heat.

Japan's Transport Ministry reported the flight crew had reported smoke in the cockpit, however cabin crew had observed a small amount of smoke in a galley above a refrigerator. An investigation is under way.

The aircraft was able to continue the journey 14.5 hours after landing and reached Los Angeles with a delay of 15 hours.

Тут два варианта: у страха глаза велики и лучше перебздеть, чем недобздеть, что, в общем-то, одно и то же...
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Incident: Korean B773 near Tokyo on Apr 14th 2013, smoke in cockpit

By Simon Hradecky, created Monday, Apr 15th 2013 14:21Z, last updated Monday, Apr 15th 2013 14:21Z
A Korean Airlines Boeing 777-300, registration HL-8210 performing flight KE-11 from Seoul (South Korea) to Los Angeles,CA (USA) with 288 people on board, was enroute at FL330 about 90nm northeast of Tokyo's Narita Airport (Japan) when the crew reported smoke in the cockpit and decided to divert to Narita for a safe landing on runway 16R about 23 minutes later. Attending emergency services did not find any fire or heat.

Japan's Transport Ministry reported the flight crew had reported smoke in the cockpit, however cabin crew had observed a small amount of smoke in a galley above a refrigerator. An investigation is under way.

The aircraft was able to continue the journey 14.5 hours after landing and reached Los Angeles with a delay of 15 hours.

Тут два варианта: у страха глаза велики и лучше перебздеть, чем недобздеть, что, в общем-то, одно и то же...

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Уж лучше так, чем SR 111


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Incident: KLM B738 near Amsterdam on Apr 14th 2013, unidentified smokey smell

By Simon Hradecky, created Monday, Apr 15th 2013 15:31Z, last updated Monday, Apr 15th 2013 15:31Z
A KLM Boeing 737-800, registration PH-BXN performing flight KL-1619 from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Milan Linate (Italy) with 112 passengers, was climbing through FL130 out of Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport when the crew declared PAN reporting an unidentified smokey smell throughout the entire aircraft and requested to return to Schiphol. The aircraft landed safely on runway 22 about 13 minutes later and stopped on the runway, where emergency services inspected the aircraft. Passengers disembarked normally onto the runway and were bussed to the terminal, the aircraft taxied to the apron about one hour after landing.

A replacement Boeing 737-800 registration PH-BXA reached Milan with a delay of 3 hours.

The airline said the cause of the smell is still under investigation.


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Accident: Condor B753 near Las Palmas on Mar 22nd 2013, odour on board causes 2 flight attendants to pass outBy Simon Hradecky, created Saturday, Mar 23rd 2013 17:20Z, last updated Wednesday, Apr 17th 2013 13:55Z


A Condor Boeing 757-300, registration D-ABOC performing flight DE-5944 from Hamburg (Germany) to Las Palmas,CI (Spain) with 242 passengers and 8 crew, was descending towards Las Palmas when an odour on board caused three flights attendants to feel unwell, the first officer donned his oxygen masks. The aircraft continued for a safe landing.

The airline confirmed the odour on board and reported that three flight attendants felt unwell, the first officer donned his oxygen masks on approach to Las Palmas' Gran Canaria Airport. The other crew members and passengers did not report feeling unwell. After landing the crew activated the APU to determine the cause of the odour, following the activation the odour re-intensified causing two flight attendants to become temporarily unconscious. The flight attendants and first officer were taken to a hospital in Las Palmas, released, and are on the way home. The aircraft had undergone a C-Check in March 2013. Spanish and German Authorities are investigating.

The German BFU confirmed they were informed about the event as described, Spain's CIAIAC is investigating the occurrence with the assistance of the BFU.

Passengers described a strong odour of oil fumes throughout the flight, they felt unwell with head aches and dizziness.

The return flight DE-5945 was postponed to the next day, a replacement Boeing 767-300 registration D-ABUC was dispatched to Las Palmas and reached Hamburg with a delay of 19 hours.

The occurrence aircraft resumed service on Mar 26th 2013.

On Apr 17th 2013 the Spanish CIAIAC reported that the aircraft had undergone de-icing before departure from Hamburg. Departure and cruise had been uneventful, during the approach at about 6000 feet the flight crew noticed a strong smell in the cockpit that seemed to originate from the air conditioning outlets. Immediately after the purser called the cockpit reporting that the strong smell was perceived in the cabin, too. About 2 minutes later the first officer indicated he felt unwell with dizziness, the captain recommended to use the oxygen mask, the first officer donned his oxygen mask and felt immediate improvement. The landing was continued without further incident, the first officer removed the oxygen mask during taxi. After the passengers had disembarked, preparations for the return flight began, company dispatch instructed to have the engines checked for bird ingestion and verify hydraulic and oil quantity levels, check the waste water lines and the air conditioning particle filters, no anomalies were identified in these tests. An engine run near the threshold of runway 03L was coordinates with tower, the aircraft was towed to the runway, only the APU was running at that time, on board was flight and cabin crew as well as a maintenance technician and a company operator. Near the threshold the crew connected the APU bleed with the left hand air conditioning system, which right away resulted in a strong smell, two cabin crew suffered from physical problems. The air conditioning system and APU bleed air was disconnected, all aircraft doors opened to ventilate the aircraft, oxygen was provided to the two flight attendants and paramedics called in who took the flight attendants to the hospital, where they stayed over night. 2 CIAIAC inspectors were dispatched to Las Palmas who together with company technicians examined the aircraft however without finding any anomaly. An aerotracer device found traces of glycol and Pattex (adhesive) in the cabin air. Another repeat of the tests performed by the crew near the runway threshold did not produce any smells, all tests remained negative. The only finding remained about 5 liters of glycol spilled in the APU compartment, remnants of the de-icing in Hamburg, which were removed before the aircraft returned to service.


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Incident: PSA CRJ2 near Philadelphia on Apr 17th 2013, smoke on board, evacuationBy Simon Hradecky, created Wednesday, Apr 17th 2013 16:56Z, last updated Wednesday, Apr 17th 2013 16:56Z


A PSA Airlines Canadair CRJ-200 on behalf of US Airways, registration N218PS performing flight US-2357 from Albany,NY to Washington National,DC (USA), was enroute at FL280 about 75nm northeast of Philadelphia,PA (USA) when the crew reported smoke in the cockpit and decided to divert to Philadelphia. The airport prepared for a major alert and for the closure of all runways as result of the alert status. On final approach the crew, audibly on oxygen masks, advised they had an aft lavatory fire indication, there was smoke in the cabin, there was no smoke in the cockpit, they were planning to evacuate after landing. The aircraft landed safely on Philadelphia's runway 27L about 20 minutes later and stopped on the runway and was evacuated, all runways were closed for about 30 minutes until emergency services started to return runways one by one back to tower.

While all runways were still closed another flight declared fuel emergency and proceeded to land while the airport was still closed, about 2 minutes later emergency services returned runway 27R to tower permitting the fuel emergency to land on that runway.

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/JIA2357/history/20130417/1155Z/KALB/KDCA


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Incident: American MD82 at Dallas on Apr 16th 2013, bird strikesBy Simon Hradecky, created Wednesday, Apr 17th 2013 15:54Z, last updated Wednesday, Apr 17th 2013 15:54Z


An American Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-82, registration N7540A performing flight AA-2243 from Dallas Ft. Worth,TX to Colorado Springs,CO (USA) with 44 passengers and 5 crew, was departing Dallas Ft. Worth's runway 18L when the crew reported a bird strike, stopped the climb at 2500 feet and returned to runway 18L for a safe landing about 10 minutes after departure.

The FAA reported the aircraft ingested birds into its engines (plural! JT8D), the aircraft returned for a safe landing, the damage is being assessed.

A replacement MD-82 registration N586AA reached Colorado Springs with a delay of 4 hours.

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