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7 October 2017

ICAO Council urges compliance from North Korea on aerial testing

7 October 2017

The ICAO Council expressed its strong condemnation of the continued launching of ballistic missiles by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) over or near international air routes, which seriously threatens the safety of international civil aviation.

First parts of AF66 engine and cowling recovered from Greenland.

6 October 2017

The French accident investigation agency BEA, which is conducting the investigation into the uncontained engine failure accident involving an Air France Airbus A380, released photos of the first engine fan and cowling parts. These parts were located in Greenland.

Maldivian DHC-6 Twin Otter seaplane suffers landing accident, Male, Maldives

4 October 2017

A Maldivian DHC-6 Twin Otter seaplane suffered a landing accident at Male, Maldives. All on board survived.

Accident: Five fatalities in East Wing Antonov An-28 ambulance accident, Kazakhstan

3 October 2017

All five on board an East Wing Antonov An-28 ambulance plane were killed when the aircraft crashed near Almaty, Kazakhstan

Report: Embraer ERJ-190 failure of cabin pressurization and anti-ice system

2 October 2017

The Swiss STSB issued a summary report on a serious incident in January 2017 when an Embraer ERJ-190 suffered a failure of the cabin pressurization and anti-ice system.

Report: Poor ATC coordination and lack of TCAS response factors in airprox incident over Bulgaria

1 October 2017

A report by the Bulgarian AAIU concluded that poor ATC coordination and a lack of TCAS response were factors in a serious airprox incident over Bulgaria in June 2016.

Air France Airbus A380 diverts to Goose Bay, Canada after engine failure

30 September 2017

An Air France Airbus A380 diverted to Goose Bay, Canada a serious engine failure.

Icing conditions led to Cessna 208 loss of control and collision with terrain near Pickle Lake, Canada

29 September 2017

The TSB concludded that icing conditions led to an accident in 2015 in which a Cessna 208 lost of control and impacted terrain near Pickle Lake, Canada.

Unstabilized approach by intoxicated captain leads to Boeing 737-400 landing accident, Lahore, Pakistan

28 September 2017

An investigation showed that an unstabilized approach by intoxicated captain led to a landing accident of a Boeing 737-400 in November 2015 at Lahore Airport, Pakistan.

Serious incident: Swiftair ATR 72-500 stalled in icing conditions en route to Madrid, Spain, 9 Sept.

28 September 2017

The Spanish CIAIAC is investigating a serious incident in which a Swiftair ATR 72-500 stalled in icing conditions en route to Madrid, Spain on 9 September.