Thomsonfly
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Ajet Tech Problems At BHX Same As Crash?

Sun Jul 02, 2006 12:33 am

HiYa
Last nights Ajet (formerly known as Helios) flight from BHX to LCA (5B-DBI) was on the ground until this afternoon after undergoing tests following a technical problem with the aircrafts airconditioning onboard the aircraft. Aviance were soon to mention the crash of the 737-300 in Greece, and how they have changed their name but not looked deeper into technical issues with their aircraft? Did they not learn from that accident?
On a lighter note Emirates are now using a 777-300ER on the EK39/40 rotation with a fine example of one on todays sectors - A6-EBH. This type is being used I believe throughout July and August.
AI are now using the widebody 40 stands as well as 57/58.

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RE: Ajet Tech Problems At BHX Same As Crash?

Sun Jul 02, 2006 12:42 am

Quoting Thomsonfly (Thread starter):
Aviance were soon to mention the crash of the 737-300 in Greece, and how they have changed their name but not looked deeper into technical issues with their aircraft?

How would Aviance know? And stories like this usually come from an ill-informed and ignorant general public.

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