Back to Squawk list
  • 18

United 139 DEN to Narita diverted to Seattle?

Soumis
 
Not sure what's going on here but it looks like UAL flight 139 has turned around and diverted to Seattle. (flightaware.com) Plus d'info...

Sort type: [Top] [Newest]


stvotw
John Smith 7
Claiming oil filter problem.

http://kdvr.com/2013/06/18/denver-to-tokyo-dreamliner-makes-emergency-landing-in-seattle/
wasclywabbit
John Berry 2
And KOMO Seattle's take on the issue.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/Boeing-787-diverted-to-Seattle-after-reported-mechanical-issue-212067961.html
Doobs
Dee Lowry 2
Gotta do what you gotta do. Dumping fuel was probably part of the protocol. It's all about safety.
Doobs
Dee Lowry 2
It's hard being the new kid on the block! Can't even have a compressor stall without it going viral.
klausfein
Klaus Feinberg 0
Hate the fuel dumping part
kalalp
Dennis Martin -2
I haven't seen any United flights up this evening like they usually have. Possibly a grounding?
pmbell64
Pat Bell 3
No grounding...N20904 on its way to SEA to get the passengers now. http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N20904/history/20130619/1030Z/KIAH/KSEA
sparkie624
sparkie624 8
They may have picked up more passengers but their reason for diverting was an oil filter problem. this can happen to any a/c. Just because this is a 787 makes it news worthy... NOT! S^&* Happens.
pmbell64
Pat Bell 8
Exactly - a Delta A330 from Athens to JFK diverted to Amsterdam yesterday for hydraulic problems, yet it didn't make the news. (http://www.avherald.com/h?article=4640b047&opt=0)

Oil filter indication prompted the crew to divert for a safe landing...the systems worked. Now United, Boeing and GE will figure out what caused the issue and address it.
sparkie624
sparkie624 4
Working Maintenance Control, we have frequent diversions... Never had one to make the news.
akebonolove
bob elmar -8
Never had that happen at Lufthansa! Why fly bankrupt American &54#§&# carrriers?!
nwilcox
nwilcox 3
You're an idiot!!

Se connecter

Vous n'avez pas de compte? Inscrivez-vous maintenant (gratuitement) pour des fonctionnalités personnalisées, des alertes de vols, et plus encore!
Ce site web utilise des cookies. En utilisant et en naviguant davantage sur ce site, vous acceptez cela.
Rejeter
Saviez-vous que le suivi des vols FlightAware est soutenu par la publicité ?
Vous pouvez nous aider à garder FlightAware gratuit en autorisant les annonces de FlightAware.com. Nous travaillons dur pour que notre publicité reste pertinente et discrète afin de créer une expérience formidable. Il est facile et rapide de mettre les annonces en liste blanche sur FlightAware ou d’examiner nos comptes premium.
Rejeter