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Old 15th Feb 2002, 00:50
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Today, a Ryan Air B737 made an emergency landing at Aarhus/Tirstrup airport in Denmark.. .According TV news the trouble was caused by engine problems and cabin pressure failure.. .The aircraft landed safely.. .Aircraft came from London and was heading for Stockholm.

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B737-800 according to Norwegian media.
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Playing devil's advocate, considering the number of sectors they fly daily, they don't seem to have too many incidents..... unless anyone else knows better?

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Sheesh! Who needs the NTSB with Beatcat around.
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Heard the situation in the air. Crew reported that they shot down eng. #1. Also heard why, but since the media apparently still doesn't know, I'll keep it like this for now......
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They had a problem.. .They identified it.. .They addressed it.. .They diverted.

Where's the problem ?
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I cannot see any problem with this. Bearcat, what are you after? Even decent airlines have engine shut downs on their agenda. Looks like it was well handled and this is all what counts.. .If, and that is a point the investigation will show, there was a problem which is related to anything else than technical malfunction, I am sure we will hear it and have our go on it. But until than...it would save a lot of trouble if you could leave comments like the one given here where they belong...in the bin!
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the pax will no doubt have to wait 4 days in the airport until mol can get a heavy lift to transpot them home for £5.00
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Jimbob - that must be some QRH they work to
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Hey bearcat - please don't put easyJet in the same basket as the Ryans. We are both lo-cost airlines, but that is DEFINITELY where the similarity ends !!

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Quite right Maxfli. Any other airline would have escaped unnoticed had this happened. Anyway, FR's safety record is impeccable.
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bug@er!!

someone has deleted Bearcats post, it sounded realy good as well <img src="wink.gif" border="0">

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Not Really, breathless high pitched hysteria.

Ryanair bashing is so passe, can't you girls find something else to whinge about.

Maxfli pretty much says all there is to be said.
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Old 15th Feb 2002, 14:33
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according to a local newspaper the 105 passengers enroute to vaesteräs waited until 22:00 and then boarded the scheduled ryanair service to stn. this plane were also filled with the 70 passengers who were originally going directly to london and then took off for vaesteräs. arriving in vaesteräs the aarhus-stansted passengers were then finally put on a flight to stn. fascinating...
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Bad-Man , this is not what we call an "emergency".. . <img src="rolleyes.gif" border="0">

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a quick search of "bearcat" shows he must have a very sharp axe.

He has done a lot of grinding lately mostly with Ryanair, wonder what they did to upset him? <img src="wink.gif" border="0">
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Old 15th Feb 2002, 23:59
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E. Morse, -you are quite right, - no need to call this an emergency.. .Shutting down an engine, - and cabin pressure failure, diverting to an enroute airport is just a normal friday afternoon.. .The Airport firechief called about 30 ambulances and additional firetrucks from neighboring cities only to keep the ambulance and firecrews on their marks.. .By the way, - what would you call this situation?. .Best regards. .Your friend Bad-Man
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you can call it an "abnormal situation"...
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It's defined as a precautionary landing.

It's so easy to spot the amatuers like Bad-Man on threads on like this. Maybe he'd classify it as an emergency on his flight sim.
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Interesting "Interest" you´ve got there in your profile Affangu. Let me assure you that Bad-man has a very very real job, albeit it only demands 2 simulator passes a year, of him.

Now, the SOP´s are one thing, but having an engine fail on me, and press. go south as well, would certainly make me think seriously about the words mayday on the freq. Call me an amateur or a chicken then, all ye tough and seasoned pro´s!
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