May 30, 2010


AMX006, un Boeing 767-300 exploité par Aerovias de Mexico, effectuait un vol selon les règles de vol aux instruments (IFR) depuis Paris/Charles de Gaulle (LFPG) à destination du Mexico (MMMX). L'aéronef a été redirigé à Montréal/Trudeau (CYUL).*** ** *** AMX006, a Boeing 767-300 operated by Aerovias de Mexico, was on an IFR flight from Paris/Charles de Gaulle (LFPG) to Mexico City (MMMX). The aircraft was diverted to Montréal/Trudeau (CYUL).

January 11, 2008

Incident at GOOSE BAY NL (CYYR)

AMX006, Boeing 767-200, enroute from Paris (LFPG) to Mexico City (MMMX), at position 5515N06715W, reported smoke in cockpit. No emergency was declared, but the flight requested to divert to Goose Bay (CYYR) as a precaution. No assistance was required upon landing. The flight landed without incident at 16:51Z. TSB Case Closed.
UPDATE TSB: A08A0008: The AeroMexico Boeing 767-200, operating as AMX006, was westbound at position 5515N - 06715W; time 1210 AST. The crew contacted Gander ACC to report a smell of smoke in the aircraft. They did not declare an emergency but requested and were cleared to divert to Goose Bay. No assistance required upon landing and the aircraft landed without incident at 1251AST. The smell was described as an electrical burning one isolated to the cabin section. It was also noted during the flight that the air conditioning duct felt hot in the area of the first class section of the cabin. Maintenance pinpointed the hottest section of ducts were in close proximity to an onboard projector system. The projector case had accumulated a layer of dust over time in service. Maintenance had planned to run functional tests on the air conditioning system and the projector system.

July 4, 2005

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

AMX006 Boeing 767-200 enroute from Paris (LFPG) to Mexico (MMMX) requested to divert to St. John?s (CYYT) due to a 50 - 55 yr old female passenger with a possible heart attack. The aircraft was cleared as requested and arrived at CYYT at 1654Z. An ambulance met the flight on arrival. Nil TSB.

March 20, 2000

Incident at 47N/30W

An IFR flight from Gatwick Intl Airport (EGKK) to the William B. Hartsfield Atlanta Intl Airport (KATL). DAL11, B772 at FL350, shortly after progressing 47N/30W, flight declared a medical emergency. The flight offset 30nm and descended to FL290. The contingency descent caused a loss of seperation with several aircraft. DAL11 recleared at FL290 to EINN. Traffic to descent; KLM741 FL340 - 1 minute separation - 10 minutes required; SWR120 FL 330 - 6 minutes separation - 10 minutes requied; AAL63 FL320 - 6 minutes separation - 10 minutes required; AMX006 FL310 - 7 minutes separation - 10 minutes required. All agencies were advised. TSB Case Closed. TSB file # A00A0049