BREAKING Japanese military helicopter UH-60J carrying four crew members has crashed in central Japan

A Japanese defense helicopter carrying four crew members lost contact during flight training in central Japan on Tuesday evening and is feared to have crashed. The UH-60J disappeared from radar while flying over the Pacific Ocean about 30 kilometers (18 miles) south of Hamamatsu, a coastal city in central Japan, defense officials said. Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera…

Ophelia live updates

With Ophelia, operations will be disturbed for airports in North West of Europe due to extreme winds. Aer Lingus #EI491 Airbus A321 from Faro landing at Dublin during strong crosswind this afternoon. Aer Lingus A330 landing during Ophelia crosswind at Dublin airport. Please reload the page for updates… Dublin Airport UPDATE Mon. 1800 LT 180 flights…

BREAKING Several flights made emergency landings in UK today due to fumes in cabin #Ophelia

Several flights made “precautionary” emergency landings after “strange smells” were detected in their cockpits. Ophelia developed over the eastern tropical Atlantic and moved north. As a result dust from the Sahara and smoke from wildfires occurring over northern Iberia has been brought northwards to the atmosphere at our latitudes. These emergency landings may be linked to…

BREAKING Malaysia Airlines A380 #MH3 from Heathrow has lost a nose gear wheel

Maylaysian Airline Airbus A380 (reg. 9M-MNB) suffered an incident earlier this morning. After landing, one of the nose gear was missing and the remaining wheel was twisted. It’s still unclear if the incident happened during the landing or if the A380 lost the wheel during approach. The flight #MH3 from London Heathrow landed at Kuala Lumpur International Airport landed…

ALERT Flybe #BE4521 followed by fire vehicles at Dublin Airport after reporting fumes in cabin

Something happening [email protected] [email protected] pic.twitter.com/43fAzIzixs — Jimmy Norman (@JimmyNorman) October 16, 2017 Flybe flight #BE4521 was followed by emergency vehicles after landing at Dublin Airport. The Embrer 195 from Cardiff reported fumes in the cabin. The aircraft (reg. G-FBEM) safely landed and passengers disembarked on stand.