Saturday, 28 November 2015
|Airbus A340||-313||483||F-WTDF||Azur Aviation||Iberia cs, ferried 24nov15 MAD-LDE, regd 25nov15||ex EC-IIH|
|Airbus A380||-861||201||A6-EOQ||Emirates||delivery 28nov15 XFW-DXB||ex F-WWAN|
|Airbus A400||-M180||28||14-0028||Türk Hava Kuvvetleri||delivery 25nov15 SVQ-LTAU||ex A4M028|
|Airbus A310||-304||496||YA-CAQ||Ariana Afghan Airlines||in svc 24nov15 KBL-IST-KBL after wet-lease to Taban Air||ex TC-JDA|
|Airbus A319||-113||644||OO-SSP||Brussels Airlines||ferried 24nov15 BRU-MPL on return to lessor, reg N644AG res||ex F-GPMG|
|Airbus A319||-111||2370||G-EZMK||easyJet||ferried 23nov15 GVA-LTN on transfer, regd 24nov15||ex HB-JZM|
|Airbus A320||-212||189||9Q-CAT||CAA Compagnie Africaine d´Aviation||ferried 28nov15 FKI-CHR||ex F-WTHL|
|Airbus A320||-232||1663||TC-||AtlasGlobal||delivery 24-25nov15 SJO-YHZ-WOE in full cs, OE-reg||ex OE-IDT|
|Airbus A320||-214||3802||LZ-PMY||Via Airlines||posn 25nov15 VAR-DMM on wet-lease to flyNas||ex VP-CQL|
|Airbus A320||-214||5785||HB-JXE||easyJet Switzerland||ferried 24nov15 LGW-GVA, G-reg on transfer||ex G-EZWO|
|Airbus A320||-214||6813||PR-OCW||Avianca Brazil||delivery 25-26nov15 TLS-SID-NAT-POA||ex F-WWIN|
|Airbus A320||-232||6832||SX-DNB||Aegean Airlines||delivery 27nov15 TLS-ATH||ex F-WWDI|
|Airbus A320||-232||6851||529||B-8066||Tianjin Airlines||delivery 26-27nov15 TLS-TSE-TSN||ex F-WWIJ|
|Airbus A320||-214||6856||D-ABNM||Air Berlin||“Flying home for Christmas” decals applied at DUS from 23nov15||ex D-AXAW|
|Airbus A320||-214||6877||D-ABNQ||Air Berlin||for delivery 30nov15 XFW-TXL||ex D-AXAZ|
|Airbus A321||-211||677||2-RLAF||African Holding Company of America||regd 16nov15 prior ferry DGX-MPL||ex EI-FGZ|
|Airbus A321||-231||6869||TC-JTE||Turkish Airlines||delivery 25nov15 XFW-IST||ex D-AVXR|
|Airbus A330||-223||232||PT-MVA||TAM||ferried 27nov15 CNF-LDE on return to lessor||ex A6-EYX|
|Airbus A330||-243||1052||B-8221||Capital Airlines||delivery 26nov15 CGK-PEK||ex PK-GPI|
|Airbus A330||-343||1607||EC-MIN||Air Europa||delivery 24nov15 TLS-PMI, full Skymark cs||ex F-WWCS|
|Airbus A330||-343||1635||EI-FMH||Intrepid Leasing||ferried 26nov15 TLS-LDE for interm storage, basic Skymark cs||ex F-WWYM|
|Airbus A330||-343||1677||B-8117||Hainan Airlines||delivery 27nov15 TLS-HAK||ex F-WWTP|
|Airbus A330||-302||1684||B-16335||Eva Air||delivery 24nov15 TLS-TPE||ex F-WWKN|
Thursday, 5 November 2015
|Airbus A320||-214||6837||G-EZOX||easyJet||delivery 04nov15 XFW-LGW||ex D-AXAV|
|Airbus A321||-231||663||EI-ETJ||MetroJet||crashed 31oct15 SSH-LED after t/o in central Sinai, 224/224 dead||ex TC-OAE|
|Airbus A321||-212||1299||C-FLKX||Air Canada||delivery 02nov15 DUB-KEF-YMX||ex OE-IAL|
|Airbus A321||-231||3546||G-OZBT||Monarch||ferried 01nov15 MAN-EMA for paint into new cs||ex G-TTIH|
|Airbus A321||-231||4893||N973UY||American Airlines||re-registered & in svc 04nov15 PHX-ATL (+ 4898 N974UY 03nov15 PHX-GEG ex N548UW)||ex N547UW|
|Airbus A321||-231||6844||C-FJOK||Rouge||delivery 03nov15 XFW-KEF-YYZ||ex D-AVXF|
|Airbus A330||-243||261||G-SMAN||Monarch||ferried 04nov15 BHX-CBG after storage for paint into?||ex F-WWKR|
|Airbus A330||-343||1673||B-5978||Air China||delivery 31oct15 TLS-TSN||ex F-WWRL|
|Airbus A330||-343||1675||PK-LEF||Lion Air||delivery / in svc 31oct-01nov15 TLS-JED-MES||ex F-WWTN|
|Airbus A340||-642||744||EC-JPU||Iberia||ferried 03nov15 MAD-MAN for paint into new cs||ex F-WWCF|
|Airbus A380||-861||123||A6-EEI||Emirates||in svc 02nov15 DXB-LHR-DXB with "United for Wildlife" decals||ex F-WWAM|
|Airbus A380||-861||200||A6-EOP||Emirates||delivery 04nov15 XFW-DXB||ex F-WWSV|
|Airbus A300||B4-203(F)||236||PR-STN||Sterna Linhas Aéreas||delivery 03nov15 SFB-MAO-CWB, N-reg||ex N834JM|
|Airbus A300||B4‑622R(F)||743||EI-EYK||ASL Airlines Ireland||posn 03nov15 DRS-LEJ prior DHL ops||ex JU-8128|
|Airbus A319||-112||3589||HB-JOH||Germania Flug||ferried 03nov15 ZRH-NWI prior re-transfer to Germania||ex D-AHIL|
|Airbus A320||-231||64||ZS-GAL||Fly Baghdad||in full cs at JNB 29oct15 prior wet-lease||ex N625AW|
|Airbus A320||-214||533||YL-LCL||Smartlynx Airlines||ferried / in svc 02-3nov15 LGW-MLA-TLL after summer-lease to Thomas Cook Airlines||ex EI-DDL|
|Airbus A320||-233||558||LY-VEO||Avion Express||ferried 27oct15 BCN-BUD after summer-lease to Vueling||ex F-ORAD|
|Airbus A320||-214||716||N228NV||Allegiant Air||posn 03nov15 TPA-SFB with “Visit Florida” decals||ex D-AHHD|
|Airbus A320||-214||888||ES-SAK||Smartlynx Estonia||last in svc for Corendon Air / in svc 02nov15 AMS-AGA-TLL||ex EI-EZA|
|Airbus A320||-214||936||YL-LCK||Avion Express||ferried 03nov15 MAN-RIX after summer-lease to Thomas Cook Airlines||ex OE-IBU|
|Airbus A320||-214||992||EC-JZQ||Vueling||ferried 03-04nov15 BCN-KEF-BGR-GYR on return to lessor||ex TC-JLE|
|Airbus A320||-214||1081||G-MRJK||Monarch||ferried 02nov15 MAN-LTN prior return to lessor||ex PH-BMC|
|Airbus A320||-233||1626||LY-VEN||Avion Express||ferried 02nov15 NCL-YUL for winter Caribbean ops||ex CC-COM|
|Airbus A320||-214||1873||YL-LCO||Avion Express||ferried 03nov15 MAN-LJU after summer-lease to Thomas Cook Airlines||ex N191AT|
|Airbus A320||-232||1998||LY-VEL||Avion Express||ferried 03nov15 PAD-KEF after summer-lease to Condor||ex EI-EUB|
|Airbus A320||-232||2029||TC-AGO||AtlasGlobal||delivery 05nov15 OSR-IST||ex EI-FDL|
|Airbus A320||-232||2108||LY-VEK||Avion Express||ferried 05nov15 MAN-SNN after summer-lease to Thomas Cook Airlines||ex M-ABIK|
|Airbus A320||-214||2562||D-ABNT||Air Berlin||delivery 02nov15 XIY-TSE-MUC||ex B-6259|
|Airbus A320||-216||2926||AP-BLY||Pakistan International||delivery 02nov15 KUL-KHI||ex 9M-AFL|
|Airbus A320||-214||2930||EI-EYR||Rossiya||ferried 04-05nov15 LED-KEF-DLH-GYR on return to lessor||ex A6-ABG|
|Airbus A320||-214||6834||G-EZOW||easyJet||delivery 03nov15 XFW-LTN||ex D-AXAU|
Monday, 2 November 2015
|C/n / msn:||3043|
|Fatalities:||Fatalities: 0 / Occupants:|
|Location:||Amsterdam-Schiphol International Airport (AMS/EHAM) - Netherlands|
|Nature:||International Scheduled Passenger|
|Departure airport:||Amsterdam-Schiphol International Airport (AMS/EHAM)|
|Praha-Ruzyne International Airport (PRG/LKPR)|
Czech Airlines flight OK619 returned to Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport after in flight shut down of engine no. 2.
The flight crew reported a loud noise from the engine and indications of engine vibrations. A safe landing was made on runway 27 at 22:16 hours LT, 33 minutes after takeoff.
LATEST UPDATE ON METROJET AIRBUS A321 EI-ETJ
CAIRO/MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian plane that crashed inEgypt was not struck from the outside and the pilot did not make a distress call before it disappeared from radar, a source in the committee analysing the flight recorders said on Monday.
The source declined to give more details but based his comments on the preliminary examination of the black boxes recovered from the Airbus A321 which crashed in the Sinai Peninsula on Saturday killing all 224 people on board.
The Egyptian government said the black boxes were being examined by Egyptian and Russian experts along with German and French specialists from Airbus and from Ireland where the aircraft was registered. It said the search was continuing across the 9-sq-km crash site. Security sources said intelligence agencies had obtained a copy of the passenger list.
Russian officials have said the plane, carrying holidaymakers from the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh to St Petersburg, likely broke up in mid-air but said it was too early to say what caused it to crash.
The first bodies recovered from the wreckage arrived on board a Russian government plane at St Petersburg's Pulkovo Airport, where grieving Russians left piles of flowers.
A Reuters photographer saw a white lorry leaving the airport, escorted by police cars, heading for a St Petersburg morgue, where the bodies were to be identified. Egypt said the plane was carrying 196 bodies. A second plane was due to leave Cairo on Monday evening.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who had declared Sunday a day of mourning, said on Monday the crash was a great tragedy.
"Without any doubt everything should be done so that an objective picture of what happened is created," Putin said in comments cited by ITAR-TASS. "So that we know what happened."
When asked if a terrorist attack could be to blame, Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said no theory could yet be ruled out.
An Egyptian militant group affiliated with Islamic State said on Saturday it brought down the plane "in response to Russian air strikes that killed hundreds of Muslims on Syrian land". Russian Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov dismissed the claim, saying it "can't be considered accurate".
'NO PILOT ERROR'
Alexander Smirnov, deputy general director of airline Kogalymavia, which operated the plane under the brand name Metrojet, said only a "technical or physical action" could have caused the aircraft to break up in the air.
"The plane was in excellent condition," Smirnov told a news conference in Moscow. "We rule out a technical fault and any mistake by the crew."
Kogalymavia's deputy general director for engineering, Andrei Averyanov, said a 2001 incident when the plane's tail section struck the tarmac on landing was fully repaired and could not have been a factor in the crash.
The airline said the plane's engines were inspected in Moscow on Oct. 26 and no problems were found and a Russian inspection of its fuel found that it met requirements.
The aircraft had received a certificate of airworthiness earlier this year from regulators in Ireland.
Russia, an ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, launched air raids against opposition groups in Syria including Islamic State on Sept. 30.
Islamic State, the hardline group that controls swathes of Iraq and Syria, has called for war against both Russia and the United States in response to their air strikes in Syria.
Sinai is the scene of an insurgency by militants close to Islamic State who have killed hundreds of Egyptian soldiers and police and have also attacked Western targets in recent months.
However, militants in the area are not believed to have missiles capable of hitting a plane at 30,000 feet.
Islamic State websites have in the past claimed responsibility for actions that have not been conclusively attributed to them.
James Clapper, U.S. director of National Intelligence, said in Washington: "We don't have any direct evidence of any terrorist involvement, yet." On the ability of Islamic State militants to shoot down an airliner, Clapper said: "It's unlikely, but I wouldn't rule it out."
Those on board the flight included 214 Russians, at least three Ukrainians and one Belarusian, most returning from the Red Sea, popular with Russians seeking winter sun.
Russia and other former Soviet republics have poor air safety records, notably on domestic flights. Some accidents have been blamed on the use of ageing aircraft, but industry experts point to other problems, such as poor crew training and lax government controls.
The A321 is a medium-haul jet in service since 1994, with more than 1,100 in operation worldwide and a good safety record.
The aircraft disappeared from radar screens 23 minutes after take off at an altitude of 31,000 feet (9,400 metres), Egypt's Civil Aviation Ministry said. FlightRadar24, a Sweden-based flight tracking service, said the aircraft was descending rapidly when the signal to air traffic control was lost.