December 22, 2016
Incident at 180NM S GOOSE BAY NL (CYYR)
An American Airlines Boeing 777-333ER (AAL107) from London, UK (EGLL) to New York, NY (KJFK) reported a possible aircraft off its left side and below. Air Traffic Control (ATC) and North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) did not observe any radar data to confirm. Two other aircraft reported a possible target in the vicinity of AAL107. AAL107 left Moncton airspace at 0020Z.
April 14, 2012
Incident at 52 40 North 051 30 West
AAL107, a Boeing 777 enroute from London (EGLL) to New York (KJFK) declared a medical emergency and requested direct to Gander (CYQX). AAL107 was cleared as requested and landed at time 2132Z.
July 29, 2010
Incident at 30 Miles East of EBONY Intersection
AAL107, Boeing 777-200, enroute from London (EGLL) to New York (KJFK), advised of a medical emergency (passenger) and requested clearance to divert to Bangor (KBGR) with an ambulance required. The Boston Air Route Traffic Control Centre (ARTCC) was advised.
June 3, 2010
Incident at Approximately 50 miles west of OYSTR Intersection (Conflict - loss of separation)
AAL107, Boeing 777-200, enroute from London (EGLL) to New York (KJFK) and UZB102, enroute from New York (KJFK) to Riga (EVRA) were opposite direction aircraft that passed with less than the required radar separation. Aircraft passed with four nautical miles horizontal and 600 feet vertical separation while the required separation is five nautical miles and 1,000 ft.
August 9, 2004
Incident at 57N 050W
AAL107 B777 enroute London to New York FL380 at 050W reported a passenger Medical emergency. Flight diverted to Gander and landed 2303z. Nil TSB
November 2, 1999
Incident at Saint John area
CMM383 B757 FL370 40 NW Saint John was issued descent into Halifax to FL290 0046z. AAL107 40 East of Saint John enroute New York FL310. When aircraft were about 15 miles apart the controller issued turns and attempted to stop the descent on CMM383. The aircraft passed with about 1000 feet and 1.82 miles separation. TSB evaluating. TSB case closed. TSB file # A99A0155
October 9, 1997
Incident at Gander Oceanic
TOW37 B747 FL310 enroute Paris to New York cleared 53N/40W (2123) 50N/50W (2209). As a result of an input error into the Flight Management System, the aircraft proceeded via 53N/40W then 51N/50W. Traffic was AAL107 EA30 at FL310. Separation diminished to 20 miles before radar was established. No ATS involvement in the operating irregularity. TSB advised and they case closed. Nav Can will be submitting a gross navigation error report.
March 30, 1994
Incident at Goose Bay, Newfoundland
THE FIRE WARNING SYSTEM FOR THE NUMBER THREE ENGINE ACTIVATED. THE CREW SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE, REQUESTED DESCENT TO FL240 AND CLEARANCE TO GOOSE BAY. THE AIRCRAFT LANDED SAFELY. THE CREW DETERMINED THAT THE FIRE WARNING SYSTEM HAD GIVEN A FALSE INDICATION. TSB CASE CLOSED.