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austrianwings: Spielte Air Berlin Fume Event bewusst herunter?

9. April 2016 Leave a comment
Am 4. April berichtete Austrian Wings über einen Fume Event auf dem Air Berlin Flug vom 2. April. Laut dem Zwischenfall-Portal „Aviation Herald“ war der Erste Offizier dieses Fluges nach dem Eindringen nicht näher identifizierter aber mutmaßlich hoch toxischer Dämpfe in die Kabinenluft sogar handlungsunfähig. Die Air Berlin Pressestelle dementierte umgehend und scheint damit – zum wiederholten Male – die Unwahrheit gegenüber unserer Redaktion [mehr…]

The Aviation Herald: Accident: Berlin A320 near Nantes on Apr 2nd 2016, first officer incapacitated by fumes

4. April 2016 Leave a comment
An Air Berlin Airbus A320-200, registration D-ABNT performing flight AB-2191 from Las Palmas,CI (Spain) to Leipzig (Germany) with 179 people on board, was enroute at FL340 about 80nm south of Nantes (France) when the first officer became incapacitated after fumes had been noticed on the flight deck prompting both flight crew to don their oxygen masks. The captain diverted the aircraft to Nantes for a safe landing on runway 03 about 15 minutes later. The first officer was taken to a hospital.

The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground for 18 hours, then positioned to Munich (Germany) and remained on the ground in Munich for another 18 hours before resuming service.

The airline did not comment on the occurrence.

Germany’s BFU confirmed they are aware of the occurrence and are in touch with the French BEA, who is going to investigate the occurrence

 Air Berlin Flug von Las Palmas nach Leipzig in Frankreich notgelandet – Tim van Beveren