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Dear Editor,

Here is what flashed mind from your reports on South China Morning.

* 10/27 , People wree noted Mr. Payne Stewart (1975/1/30) suffered from
gggggan air accidnet, left his
13 . 10 age sons.
gggggin U.S.A S-N latitude, center of it.

*
11/1, , Egypt Air was newsed hit the Atlantic Ocean above the mystery
gggggBernuda, 11/31 from LS
gggggat 1:53 in U.S.A S-W attiitude, half middle of it.

Between 5 days, who made this Amen Cross ? by God ?
gggggor which artist painted this Archery ? who is next Target ?
gggggperhaps which boring mathmetist has been playing his unlucky game?

From American media about the investigation clues, these two cases both had sign or unfit
conditions before they departed. Stewart's plane had a pressure chamber velvet changed.
what cause no metioned. To Flight 990 for Cairo, there is a thrust reserved problmes when it
was in Los Angeles already. Ironically but shunnedly, a flight safety researcher got off it at
N.Y. port, the only.

Recalling not long time ago, Hong Kong airport mechanics strike, it is not difficult to be
aware of that a screw loosing state is existing in the aeroplane transferation industry.

Why is like this ? Does the organization overly pursure its benifit but eliminated the details
of quality control ? Or because ergonomically constrain research not enough , or not adjusted in time,
that implements exploded their psychological reaction ? Otherwise this is reason of the whole erratic globe
society by technology progressing and intelligent crime increasing ?

The fact can be rattle frighten on mass. Suppose our newspaper raise one product or service quality management
research conference standing by public mass. Through frequent miserable lessons study by its rich resource, to related
companies management levers, our newspaper won't reach its further funciton rather than piece of paper or "cake"
after daily reding, will it ?


Air Safety on going...
Feb. 18 2010 Cable TV H.K news :


Denver Co. USA airport
Airport Control tower successfuly in time made veering for two too closed descending flights escaped a likely clash. CX~ CPA , KA~ KAR BA~BAW International aviation and Local air company code match?


Sydney Australia airport
Flight to ShangHai could not close cabine door to took in its landing frame that has to round airport above for two hours. Finally landed, no injury for passengers, they changed to another airplane go to Shanghai.


Feb. 19 2010 Morning Asia TV Hong Kong news:
USA TX small flight goal aim hit at FEDERAL and .Inland Revenue Building . It says polit has left message at internet about this suicide while after rosen his house and stole the airplane.
Apr. 09 2010 Porland President Air fell. National group face reorganization. Black Box And die-body Sunday delivered to Mosco, Russia.





Volcanic ash from Iceland forces cancellation of flights, disrupts travel for thousands LONDON -- A plume of volcanic ash from Iceland hovering over Northern Europe severely disrupted air travel for hundreds of thousands of airline passengers Thursday as authorities cancelled flights across the region.
Apr. 16 2010 09:41 Washintonpost





9)Dutch boy sole known survivor in Libyan jet crash TRIPOLI, Libya -- A Libyan plane carrying 104 people crashed Wednesday on approach to Tripoli's airport, leaving a field scattered with smoldering debris that included a large chunk of the tail painted with the airline's brightly colored logo. A 10-year-old Dutch boy was the only known survivor.

The aircraft that crashed was delivered from the production line in September 2009. It had accumulated approximately 1,600 flight hours in some 420 flights, according to Airbus. Weather conditions over Tripoli's international airport were good on Wednesday, with three-mile (4.8-kilometer) visibility, scattered clouds at 10,000 feet and winds of only three miles per hour.

Brussels-based European air traffic management agency said the thinning volcanic ash cloud that disrupted air traffic over parts of Europe and the Atlantic in the past few days had moved into mid-ocean and was unlikely to have affected an airliner in Libya, more than 2,000 miles (3,200 kilometers) away.

The main runway at Tripoli Airport is 3,600 yards (meters) long. According to international airport guides, the airport does not have a precision approach system that guides airplanes down to the runway's threshold, but has two other less sophisticated systems that are in wide use throughout the world.

Wednesday's crash was the fourth deadly landing accident at Tripoli airport in the past 40 years, according to the Web site of the U.S.-based Flight Safety Foundation.

In 1970, a Czechoslovak Airlines Tupolev 104 crashed 3.4 miles (5.5 kilometers) from the airport, killing all 13 people on board. A year later, a United Arab Airlines Comet crashed 4.5 miles (7 kilometers) from the runway threshold, killing all 16 on board. In 1989, a Korean Air DC-10 crashed, killing 75 of the 199 people on the aircraft.

The plane was approaching the airport in the Libyan capital Tripoli when it crashed at around 6 a.m. (0400 GMT, 11 p.m. EDT Tuesday may 12 2010)

A large piece of the plane's tail was visible, bearing Afriqiyah's brightly colored logo with the numbers "9.9.99," a reference to the date of the founding of the African Union.

The plane was carrying 93 passengers and 11 crew, Afriqiyah Airways said in a statement. The Royal Dutch Tourism Board said 61 of the dead came from the Netherlands, including many holidaymakers who had been on package tours to South Africa.

TRIPOLI, Libya – A Libyan plane carrying 104 people crashed Wednesday on approach to Tripoli's airport,




At least 160 killed in Indian plane crash, officials say Network NewsX Profile

AT LEAST 160 KILLED IN INDIAN PLANE CRASH
By Rama Lakshmi
Saturday, May 22, 2010; 1:09 AM

The Boeing 737 from Dubai was carrying 163 passengers and nine crew members when it crashed outside the city of Mangalore, amid heavy weather in a hilly region. It then caught fire, hampering immediate rescue attempts from people in the neighboring village of Manapur.

A senior civil aviation official in New Delhi said that about six survivors were pulled out of the wreckage and rushed to hospitals in serious condition. Two hospitals in Mangalore offer specialized care to patients with burn injuries.

Indian television reported that the pilot of Air India Express 812 had not advised air-traffic controllers of any mechanical issues before the crash.

A senior captain of Air India who regularly flies the Mangalore route said the runway was lengthened to about 8,000 feet from about 5,300 feet about three years ago

"It is a safe airfield now," he said by telephone from Mumbai. "One edge of the runway is a steep drop. But we operate large aircraft there. It is adequate. ... This is hilly terrain. Within eight miles northeast of the runway, there are hills that are 6000 feet high."




Source: Reuters * 10 die in military aircraft crash, 3 injured

* Airplane belonged to small military air force school

BUCHAREST, July 5 (Reuters) - Ten people died on Monday when a military aircraft carrying 13 people crashed soon after taking off from an airport in the southeast Romanian town of Tuzla, the defence ministry said.

Initial reports said the aircraft, an Antonov An-2, which belonged to a small military air force school, was carrying 11 people.

"The aircraft ... which was on a flying mission for parachuting training crashed on Monday," the defence ministry said in a statement. "Ten military people lost their lives in the air catastrophe and three were injured."

The aircraft was carrying a crew of four and nine members of the naval forces, the statement said.

The plane crashed shortly after take-off and caught fire when it hit the ground, the ministry said. Firefighters put out the flames around 35 minutes later.

The three survivors were taken to the emergency hospital in the city of Constanta, 20 km (12 miles) from the crash site, and were in critical condition, a doctor coordinating the rescue told the local television station Realitatea.

Defence Minister Gabriel Oprea has appointed a commission to investigate the cause of the crash.




Incident: 1time MD81 at Cape Town on Jul 5th 2010, flaps problem A 1time McDonnell Douglas MD-81, the crew noticed flaps problems and entered a holding to trouble shoot the problem however without success.

A 1time McDonnell Douglas MD-81, registration ZS-OBK performing flight 1T-645 from Durban to Cape Town (South Africa), was on approach to Cape Town when the crew noticed flaps problems and entered a holding to trouble shoot the problem however without success. The airplane finally landed safely on runway 01 with slats and partial flaps at a higher than normal speed.

The airplane had to be taken out of service causing disruptions to 1time's flight schedule throughout the afternoon.

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comment(s): 0 06 Jul : 00:36 Author : steenhorIncident: Emirates A332 near Dubai on Jul 5th 2010, pilot incapacitation

An Emirates Airlines Airbus A330-200, The first officer is described in stable condition following treatment in hospital.

An Emirates Airlines Airbus A330-200, registration A6-EKX performing fligh EK-901 from Dubai (United Arab Emirates) to Amman (Jordan) with 237 passengers, was enroute about one hour into the flight when the first officer became ill prompting the captain to turn around and return to Dubai for a safe landing 150 minutes after departure. The first officer was taken to a hospital.

The aircraft took off again about one hour later and reached Amman with a delay of 4 hours.

The first officer is described in stable condition following treatment in hospital.

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comment(s): 0 06 Jul : 00:33 Author : steenhorIncident: Ural Airlines A320 at Ekaterinburg on Jul 4th 2010, could not raise nose gear

A Ural Airlines Airbus A320-200, the crew to return to the airport for a safe landing.

A Ural Airlines Airbus A320-200, flight U6-3783 from Ekaterinburg (Russia) to Thessaloniki (Greece), could not raise its nose gear after departure from Ekaterinburg forcing the crew to return to the airport for a safe landing.

A replacement Airbus A320-200 registration VP-BPU reached Thessaloniki with a delay of 3.5 hours.

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comment(s): 0 06 Jul : 00:29 Author : steenhorIncident: Thomas Cook A320 near Faro on Jul 4th 2010, burning smell on board





A Thomas Cook Airbus A320-200, The crew decided to divert to Faro, where the airplane landed safely on runway 10 about 22 minutes later.


A Thomas Cook Airbus A320-200, registration G-TCAC performing flight TCX-78 (dep Jul 3rd) from London Gatwick,EN (UK) to Las Palmas,CI (Spain), was enroute at FL350 about 120nm west of Faro (Portugal) when a strong burning smell was observed in the cabin. The crew decided to divert to Faro, where the airplane landed safely on runway 10 about 22 minutes later. Emergency services did not detect any trace of fire or smoke. The passengers disembarked normally.

Maintenance engineers found a short circuit that had caused some wires to smoulder. The problem was fixed.

The airplane departed again 5.5 hours after landing and reached Las Palmas with a delay of 7 hours.

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comment(s): 0 06 Jul : 00:27 Author : steenhorIncident: KLM Cityhopper F70 near Stuttgart on Jul 3rd 2010, engine shut down in flight






A KLM Cityhopper Fokker 70, while on approach to Stuttgart prompting the crew to shut the engine down.

A KLM Cityhopper Fokker 70, registration PH-KZO performing flight WA-1875 from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Stuttgart (Germany), experienced high vibrations of the right hand engine (Tay 620) while on approach to Stuttgart prompting the crew to shut the engine down. The airplane continued for a safe landing.

The return flight WA-1876 had to be cancelled.

The airplane was ferried back to Amsterdam in the evening of the following day as flight KL-7112.

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comment(s): 0 06 Jul : 00:25 Author : steenhorUDATE:





Plane nearly hit our bus, says driver The driver of a bus that was narrowly missed by a military aircraft, which crash-landed on the Segera-Chalinze highway on Tuesday, says he came close to death.

But the pilot, Major Cuthbert Leguna and his trainee Lt Andrew Yohana Kijanga of the Tanzania People’s Defence Force (TPDF), died.

“It missed the bus by a whisker. It’s terrible. I saw death and I still see it whenever I think of the accident,” 60-year-old Abdallah Hamimu Kaborogo told The Citizen on Wednesday. “It just appeared from nowhere and descended dangerously towards our vehicle.”

Mr Kaborogo is the driver of the 60-seater Simba Coach Bus, popularly known as Simba Mtoto, which plies the Tanga-Dodoma route.

He has been driving vehicles for years and has never come across such a horrifying incident before. He worked in several countries including Saudi Arabia.

He and his passengers live to tell their story, but the two pilots perished. Maj Leguna, 41, and Lt Kijanga, 31, were buried at their home areas in Mpwapwa and Singida respectively.

A TPDF statement said the two were on a normal training mission when the incident occurred. Investigations are underway to establish the cause of the accident. Mr Kaborogo said they had just left Mkata and in front of them was a truck ferrying tourists from The Netherlands and some Kenyans. There were several corners that prevented him from overtaking the truck.

When they reached a straight stretch, the trucker signalled him to pass. Mr Kaborogo said just after overtaking the truck he saw a white object through his windscreen.

He could not comprehend it but suddenly his conductor began to shout: “A plane is falling! It is falling!”

“I realised that we were in real danger. In one second I was thinking about 800 different things, just like a footballer who is faced with the goal in an awkward position and requires thinking fast,” he said.

He decided to continue driving although some passengers who had seen the plane falling had begun to wail.

“It was a quick decision. Had I stopped, the plane would have crashed on the bus. I swerved to the right to avoid a collision. When I looked behind, the tourists had stopped to watch the unfolding scene. I drove on and did not think of stopping,” he said.

“My conductor and passengers shouted that the plane had crashed and my worst fears were now that the truck had been hit. Thanks God, the driver also swerved to the right and in the process avoided a hit. Only the wing touched the vehicle that was now down on one side besides the truck. The plane was barely two metres away,” he narrated.

He said that he saw villagers running towards the accident scene, who told him that they had seen the plane descending dangerously. According to witnesses, it swayed precariously before descending.

Mr Kaborogo who was hailed by passengers as a hero says it was not him but God who intervened to save their lives.

“Looking at the whole scenario, I know it was God’s work that we are alive and not my courage to drive towards an approaching plane,” he said during the interview after returning from Dodoma.

The driver said he went on to complete his journey and returned safely to continue with his daily routine. He recalled how along the many stops that day people rushed to congratulate him and talk to relatives in the bus.

“Many had called their relatives and friends to tell them of the encounter. They were all relieved to have escaped. I shudder to think what would have happened if the plane had crashed on our bus,” he said.

Mr Kaborogo, who joined the Simba Bus Company in 2003, says he has an international driving license and has driven all over East Africa.

Some passengers and witnesses cringe at the mere mention of the plane accident at Manga village in Handeni, some 250km north of Dar es Salaam.

The 23 foreign tourists who cheated death included 19 Dutch national and four Kenyans. The Dutch flew back home the following day. They were extremely shocked and declined to be interviewed.Some of them suffered slight injuries and they lost their luggage. leguna yohana coach bus straight stretch awkward position

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Sunday 04 July 2010 Author : steenhorUPDATE: Italy and Macau experts to probe ditched copter Italian and Macau aviation experts will join a Hong Kong government probe into the emergency landing of a Macau-bound helicopter in Victoria Harbour, just off Shun Tak Centre in Sheung Wan.

An AgustaWestland AW139 helicopter belonging to Sky Shuttle ditched at sea about 500 meters northwest of the Shun Tak Centre helipad at 12.05pm on Saturday soon after it took off. The two pilots and 11 passengers were all plucked to safety. The helicopter's pilot Richard Moffatt, with some 8,500 hours of flying experience, was praised by acting director-general of civil aviation Leung Yu-keung for his "professionalism" in the water landing. Leung said the pilot had made the right judgments by safely steering the aircraft to ditch without crashing into vessels in the harbor. The passengers also praised the pilot. The wreckage was yesterday shipped to the China Aircraft Services hangar in Chek Lap Kok for government inspection, a spokeswoman for the Civil Aviation Department said. Earlier in the day at a pier in Western District, workers dismantled parts of the helicopter including the main rotor before shipping them to a Stonecutters Island pier and then to Chek Lap Kok by land for inspection. Aviation accident investigation experts from Macau and Italy will help in the probe since the helicopter was registered in Macau and manufactured by AgustaWestland in Italy . The preliminary report will be released in about a month, the department said. Reports say that an eagle or a bird-like object had struck the tail rotor of the helicopter shortly before the accident - a claim that has yet to be confirmed by the department or the company, Sky Shuttle Helicopters. "We cannot speculate on the reason for the accident," a department spokeswoman said. A spokeswoman for Sky Shuttle said it is believed that the helicopter had encountered engine failure. The tail rotor apparently broke apart from the main body of the aircraft and had yet to be seen at the Western District pier yesterday. A spokeswoman said the government will continue its search if it finds that any part of the aircraft remains missing. Five other AW139 helicopters operated by Sky Shuttle were grounded for inspection while its service between Hong Kong and Macau has been suspended until further notice. The department said no other company in Hong Kong uses AW139 helicopters.

All 11 passengers and two pilots on board sustained no serious injury and were discharged from Queen Mary Hospital later that day. The department also said the aircraft had 14 life vests as it denied reports that the 11 passengers only found 10 life jackets during the emergency landing.

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comment(s): 0 05 Jul : 05:34




Saturday's crash may rank as the country's deadliest aircraft disaster since 1996, when 349 people died after Saudi and Kazakh passenger planes collided in midair above north India




A Canadian Forces pilot was in a southern Alberta hospital with undetermined injuries after his CF-18 fighter jet crashed Friday during practice for an air show at the Lethbridge airport.

Capt. Brian Bews, 36, was flying the plane in advance of this weekend's Alberta International Airshow in Lethbridge.

"He is alive and we believe right now that his injuries are non-life-threatening," Canadian Forces Capt. Nicole Meszaros told CBC News.

A CF-18 fighter jet crashes during a practice flight for the Alberta International Airshow in Lethbridge. (Ian Martens/Lethbridge Herald/Canadian Press) Witnesses said the pilot was doing low manoeuvres when he had to eject and parachute to the ground at about 12:20 p.m. MT.

"I noticed it start to bank a little bit off to one side, which I kind of thought was unusual and I saw a couple of pops and all of a sudden this plane just banked and slowly dropped into the ground into this huge orange ball of fire," said photographer Ian Martens.

"For a time there, it kind of looked like he was unconscious. The parachute was just pulling him off across the ground but he landed clear of the plane."

"I saw the jet flying back and forth doing air acrobatic stunts and whatnot," said Ray Cooper, who was driving past the airport on his way to work. "The jet went across to go down in the airport area and next thing I know — boom!

The area has been cordoned off for an investigation by the federal departments of National Defence and Transportation. The public was in no danger, said RCMP Insp. Joe McGeough.

Capt. Brian Bews, seen in a 2007 photo taken in Edmonton, is recovering in a Lethbridge hospital. (Dan Riedlhuber/Reuters) Bews' home base is 3 Wing, from CFB Bagotville in Quebec. He was flying a CF-18 Hornet specifically designated to fly at air shows, Meszaros said.

Bews, who is from Eatonia, Sask., learned how to fly in Okotoks, Alta. He joined the Canadian Forces in 1999 and has been piloting the CF-18 Hornet since 2004.

The air show, which is in its 19th year, will go ahead as scheduled on Saturday and Sunday in Lethbridge, which is more than 200 kilometres south of Calgary.

The Canadian government announced last week that it plans to spend $9 billion to purchase a new generation of fighter jets, the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. They will replace the aging fleet of CF-18s that recently underwent a $2.6-billion upgrade.

With files from the CBC's Andree Lau

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/calgary/story/2010/07/23/lethbridge-crash-cf18-airshow-military-plane-alberta.html#ixzz0umYBFYPT




UPDATED ON: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 23:32 Mecca time, 20:32 GMT

News CENTRAL/S. ASIA

No survivors in Pakistan air crash

Police and rescue workers said that very few bodies were retrieved from the site intact [EPA]

All 152 people on board a Pakistani plane have been killed after the aircraft plunged into the Margalla Hills near the capital, Islamabad.

The interior minister said no survivors had been found as rescuers searched the site after the accident on Wednesday.

"Nobody survived," Rehman Malik told Express TV. "It's a big tragedy. It's really a big tragedy."

The accident occurred as the plane was attempting to land in bad weather.

The search operation was complicated as the plane had plummeted into a gorge between two densely wooded hills, more than an hour by foot from the nearest road.

There were initial reports of up to six passengers being found alive, but these reports later proved to be wrong.

Bodies recovered

All the bodies had been recovered from the site, according to the police.

"You find very few intact bodies. Basically, we are collecting body parts and putting them in bags," Bin Yameen, a senior police official, told Reuters.

"Basically, we are collecting body parts and putting them in bags."

Bin Yameen, police officer

Rain interrupted the airlifting of the bodies, but alternative arrangements were made to bring them down the hillside on ropes should the weather not improve.

Police said they were informed first of a loud explosion, then fire sweeping through the hills that dominate the Islamabad skyline, before confirmation that a passenger plane had crashed.

"When I came, I saw a big ball of smoke and fire everywhere with big pieces of aircraft rolling down the hill," Haji Taj Gul, a police officer, said.

Hundreds of people showed up at Islamabad's largest hospital and the airport seeking information on loved ones.

They swarmed ambulances reaching the hospital, but their hopes fell as rescue workers unloaded body bags filled with body parts. A large cluster of people also surrounded a passenger list posted near the Airblue counter at the airport.

"We don't know who survived, who died, who is injured," Zulfikar Ghazi, who lost four relatives, said. "We are in shock."

Heavy rain

Pervez George, a civil aviation official, said the plane was about to land at the Islamabad airport when it lost contact with the control tower.

The Airbus A-321 belonged to the private Airblue airline.

Bad weather and harash conditions hammpered the operation to recover bodies [AFP] Raheel Ahmed, a company spokesman, said: "Apparently the cause of the crash is bad weather, but we leave that to the investigators."

Al Jazeera's Kamal Hyder, reporting from Islamabad said there had been heavy rain in the area in the morning when the plane crashed.

"Visibility was very poor... Questions are now pointing at why the airplane would try and land considering weather conditions were so bad," he said.

"What will be critical is finding the black box which will give the final moments of the cockpit conversation that will give better clues into what happened."

The army sent special troops to the area to help out along with helicopters.

The steep incline of the crash site, made it impossible for helicopters to land in the area, our correspondent said.

The ED202 flight was headed from Karachi to Islamabad.

'Grief and sorrow'

Yousuf Raza Gilani, the prime minister, and the cabinet "expressed grief and sorrow over the tragic incident" and offered prayers for passengers who were killed.

"The federal cabinet declared one day national mourning because of this tragic incident. The prime minister called off the cabinet meeting until next week in the wake of this tragic incident," Gilani's office said in a statement.

Qamar Zaman Kaira, the information minister, announced compensation of $5,800 for families of the victims.

Pakistan-based Airblue started operations in 2004 and is flying to many cities in Pakistan as well as five destinations in the Middle East and the UK.

The only previous recorded accident for Airblue was a tailstrike in 2008 at Quetta airport by one of the airline's Airbus 321 jets.

There were no casualties in that incident and damage was minimal, according to the US-based Aviation Safety Network.

Source: Al Jazeera and agencies





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Stevens family: 'His legacy is the 49th star' (File Photo: AP)PHOTOS | Ted Stevens with then-fiancee Catherine Chandler and Sen. Howard Baker (R-Tenn.). His first wife died in 1978.
PHOTOS | Stevens, seven others crashed in a single-engine 1957 De Havilland DHC-3 Otter aircraft, like the one above.
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PHOTOS | Ted Stevens, seen with his daughters, served 40 years in the Senate, longer than any Republican in history.
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Here is what flashed mind from your reports on South China Morning.

* 10/27 , People wree noted Mr. Payne Stewart (1975/1/30) suffered from
gggggan air accidnet, left his
13 . 10 age sons.
gggggin U.S.A S-N latitude, center of it.

*
11/1, , Egypt Air was newsed hit the Atlantic Ocean above the mystery
gggggBernuda, 11/31 from LS
gggggat 1:53 in U.S.A S-W attiitude, half middle of it.

Between 5 days, who made this Amen Cross ? by God ?
gggggor which artist painted this Archery ? who is next Target ?
gggggperhaps which boring mathmetist has been playing his unlucky game?

From American media about the investigation clues, these two cases both had sign or unfit
conditions before they departed. Stewart's plane had a pressure chamber velvet changed.
what cause no metioned. To Flight 990 for Cairo, there is a thrust reserved problmes when it
was in Los Angeles already. Ironically but shunnedly, a flight safety researcher got off it at
N.Y. port, the only.

Recalling not long time ago, Hong Kong airport mechanics strike, it is not difficult to be
aware of that a screw loosing state is existing in the aeroplane transferation industry.

Why is like this ? Does the organization overly pursure its benifit but eliminated the details
of quality control ? Or because ergonomically constrain research not enough , or not adjusted in time,
that implements exploded their psychological reaction ? Otherwise this is reason of the whole erratic globe
society by technology progressing and intelligent crime increasing ?

The fact can be rattle frighten on mass. Suppose our newspaper raise one product or service quality management
research conference standing by public mass. Through frequent miserable lessons study by its rich resource, to related
companies management levers, our newspaper won't reach its further funciton rather than piece of paper or "cake"
after daily reding, will it ? Air Safety on going... Feb. 18 2010 Cable TV H.K news : Denver Co. USA airport Airport Control tower successfuly in time made veering for two too closed descending flights escaped a likely clash. CX~ CPA , KA~ KAR BA~BAW International aviation and Local air company code match? Sydney Australia airport Flight to ShangHai could not close cabine door to took in its landing frame that has to round airport above for two hours. Finally landed, no injury for passengers, they changed to another airplane go to Shanghai. Feb. 19 2010 Morning Asia TV Hong Kong news: USA TX small flight goal aim hit at FEDERAL and .Inland Revenue Building . It says polit has left message at internet about this suicide while after rosen his house and stole the airplane.






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12:47 29/11/2010 Status: Preliminary - official Date: 04 NOV 2010 Time: 11:45 Type: Airbus A380-842 Operator: Qantas Registration: VH-OQA C/n / msn: 014 First flight: 2008-01-25 (2 years 9 months) Engines: 4 Rolls Royce 972 Trent Crew: Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 26 Passengers: Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 440 Total: Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 469 Airplane damage: Minor Location: near Batam Island (Indonesia) Phase: En route (ENR) Nature: International Scheduled Passenger Departure airport: Singapore-Changi International Airport (SIN) (SIN/WSSS), Singapore Destination airport: Sydney-Kingsford Smith International Airport, NSW (SYD) (SYD/YSSY), Australia Narrative: An Airbus A380-842 passenger jet, registered VH-OQA, incurred minor damage in an incident near Batam Island, Indonesia. There were no fatalities. The airplane operated on Qantas flight QF32 from Singapore-Changi International Airport (SIN) to Sydney-Kingsford Smith International Airport, NSW (SYD). The airplane took off at 09.56. At 10.02, when the airplane was flying over Batam Landmass, the crew radioed urgency PAN call to the Approach Controller citing a possible engine failure. At that time, the pilot of QFA 32 maintained height on 7,500 feet and requested to be on heading 150 degrees to investigate the problem, but did not request to return to Singapore immediately. Later on at 10.21, the crew reported that they had been gone through an extensive checklist and found that there was a hole in the side of engine number 2 and it had damaged a part of the wing. The pilot then requested to hold for half an hour before making an approach to Changi Airport. A moment later, an air traffic controller from Batam Tower, who had received a report stating that parts of an aircraft had been found on Batam Center-Batam Island made a report to Singapore ATC Approach Sector about the finding. The pilot informed Singapore ATC that other engines apart from engine number 2 appeared to be functioning normal; thus required an approach on Runway 20C at Changi Airport and a towing assistance when the aircraft stopped at the end of the runway. While the aircraft was stopping abeam taxiway E10, Changi’s Airport Emergency Service (AES) found that engine number 2 was damaged near the rear of the engine and fuel had leaked from the port side (left wing). Moreover, there was smoke from tyre number 7 and there were 4 tyres deflated, meanwhile, the pilot was not able to shut off engine number 1. Nevertheless, it was safe to disembark passengers. Exactly at 13.54, all passengers had been disembarked, and finally at 14.53, engine number 1 was finally able to be shutdown.






12:49 29/11/2010 Tributes flood in after Russian air crash Saturday, 10 April 2010 16:15 Flowers and candles have been laid outside the Polish Embassy in Dublin following the death of the Polish president, Lech Kaczynski. The Polish community in Ireland held a vigil this afternoon at the Dominican Champlaincy in Dorset Street in Dublin. There are also plans to hold a vigil there at 11am. The Polish Ambassador to Ireland, Tadeusz Szumowski is expected to attend Mass at St Audoen's Church tomorrow at 12.30pm. AdvertisementThe Polish community in the North is also in mourning following the death of President Kaczynski and other leading figures in the plane crash. A remembrance ceremony will be held at 6pm in front of the main gate of Belfast City Hall at 6pm this evening. A memorial service in Polish will be held at St Anthony's Church in East Belfast tomorrow morning at 10am. The Taoiseach has extended his deepest sympathy on behalf of the Government to the Polish prime minister Donald Tusk. Mr Cowen said: 'On my own behalf, and on behalf of my Government, I wish to extend our sincere condolences to the Polish Government and the people of Poland for their huge loss arising from this terrible tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with them at very sad and difficult time.' President Mary McAleese has also expressed her sympathy, saying the news will cause immense sadness to the people of Poland. Mrs McAleese said: 'I am also acutely conscious that this tragedy will be particularly painful for the Polish community in Ireland as they come to terms with this terrible loss far from their native land.' Messages of condolences have been sent to Poland from world leaders. German Chancellor Angela Merkel was one of the first to express her sorrow over the death of Mr Kaczynski, with whom she had some memorable encounters over differing views on European Union developments and Germany's post-war role. '"The only thing I can say now is that I'm in deep shock about the plane crash and the death of the Polish president,' a visibly shaken Mrs Merkel told reporters in Potsdam, near Berlin. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said: 'This a grave moment of mourning for a friendly country and Italy joins in the mourning with all its heart.' British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, said the whole world will be saddened and in sorrow, while Foreign Secretary David Miliband said he was 'deeply upset', adding: 'This tragedy is deepened by the loss of so many other leading lights of the Polish state.' French President Nicolas Sarkozy knew Mr Kaczynski well and called his death a tragedy for Poland. 'France loses a friend who was profoundly attached to developing relations between our two countries,' Mr Sarkozy said. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was shocked by Kaczynski's death, his spokesman said, especially as he was on his way to a World War Two memorial in Katyn that marked a new level of reconciliation between Poland and Russia.






12:51 29/11/2010 21 killed in Pak air crash Smaller Default Larger Karachi, Nov 5: All 21 people on board a small aircraft chartered by an international oil company were killed when it crashed shortly after taking off from the airport in the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi today, officials said. The Beechcraft 1900 aircraft of private carrier JS Air, which had been chartered to ferry employees of the oil company, had 19 passengers and two crew members on board, Civil Aviation Authority officials said. Geo News channel reported at least one foreigner was on the aircraft but did not give details of his nationality. The twin-engine turboprop aircraft crashed five minutes after taking off from Karachi's Jinnah International Airport at 7:13 am due to an engine fault, said Civil Aviation Authority spokesman Pervez George.






12:52 29/11/2010 PARIS | Thu Nov 25, 2010 2:01pm EST PARIS (Reuters) - The search for the wreckage and black boxes of an Air France aircraft which crashed into the Atlantic last year killing all 228 people on board will resume in February, the French government said on Thursday. Flight AF447, an Airbus A330, crashed into the sea between Rio de Janeiro and Paris on June 1, 2009. An initial search found wreckage and bodies but the flight recorders, which could provide clues to what happened, have not been located. "The fourth search phase should start in February, 2011, in line with the hypotheses that were put forward on October 5 at the last information committee of the families," a statement from the French Transport Ministry said. Families of the victims, who met with the ministry and the air accident investigation agency, had at the meeting questioned the way the third search was handled. Search teams looking for the missing black box recorders called off operations in May after failing to locate them. Finding the black boxes is seen as essential to help crash experts and relatives understand why flight 447 plunged into a remote part of the Atlantic during an equatorial storm. Speculation about the cause of the crash has focused on possible icing of the aircraft's speed sensors, which appeared to give inconsistent readings seconds before the plane vanished. (Reporting by John Irish; editing by Andrew Roche)






12:54 29/11/2010 Pilot was snoring before Air India crash'Disoriented' pilot to blame for Mangalore plane crash that killed 158 people, say investigators Share414 Peter Walker guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 17 November 2010 13.11 GMT Article history The pilot of an Air India plane that crashed in May, killing 158 people, slept through more than half the flight, say investigators. Photograph: AP The pilot of an Air India plane that crash-landed in May, killing 158 people, could be heard snoring heavily on the cockpit voice recorder shortly before the incident, an investigators' report has found. The official inquiry into the incident on 22 May, when the Boeing 737-800 overshot a hilltop runway at Mangalore in western India and plunged down a ravine, concluded that the Serbian captain was asleep for more than half of the three-hour flight from Dubai and was "disorientated" when he attempted to land the plane. Listening to the cockpit voice recorder, investigators heard "heavy nasal snoring and breathing" from Zlatko Glusica, said the Hindustan Times, which obtained a copy of the report from the government-appointed court of inquiry. While Glusica had awoken before the landing, he was believed to have had "sleep inertia", the newspaper said. The crash was India's worst air disaster for more than a decade, with only eight people surviving after leaping from the wreckage before it burst into flames. Most of those on board flight IX-812 were Indian workers returning from Dubai. The court of inquiry found that Glusica, who had more than 10,000 hours of flying experience, landed the plane 1,500 metres down the 2,400-metre runway at Mangalore's Bajpe airport in heavy rain. He and the co-pilot, HS Ahluwalia, an Indian national, attempted to take off again but failed to gain height and the plane plunged off the edge of the "tabletop" runway into jungle below. Investigators concluded that had Glusica applied emergency braking he could have stopped the plane in time. The cockpit recorder picked up Ahluwalia repeatedly warning the captain to "abort landing" and "go around", saying there was not sufficient runway to land. Just before the crash both men are heard saying: "Oh my God." The report has been submitted to India's civil aviation minister, Praful Patel, and will be presented to parliament, the Hindustan Times added. The crash was the worst air accident in India since 349 people died when a Saudi airliner and a Kazakh cargo plane collided in mid-air in 1996. In June 2008 an Air India plane travelled 200 miles beyond its destination of Mumbai after both pilots fell asleep. They were finally woken by a special buzzer sounded by air traffic controllers.






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USA Federal Aviation Association Detected last Decade to twenty years' mistake of Blurring correct Registeration on most retired aircrafts. There are about 1.19M up Black list Owners By statistic. NExt Year interm 2011 annual year, the Government would do the renew registeration work .
Ref:CCTV Ch4 | Dec. 11 2010






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