September 15, 2019

Incident at S HALIFAX / STANFIELD INTL NS (CYHZ)

Multiple aircraft, including a Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-300 (N177DN/DAL107) on a flight from Frankfurt, Germany (EDDF) to New York/John F. Kennedy, NY (KJFK) were filed through the active CYD areas south of Halifax/Stanfield Intl, NS (CYHZ). This impacted controller workload by necessitating multiple reroutes.

September 12, 2019

Incident at URTAK intersection

A Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-333 (N176DN/DAL107) on a flight from Frankfurt, Germany (EDDF) to New York/John F. Kennedy, NY (KJFK) was flight planned through active CYR 629/665 area, and was re-routed around it. No traffic. No impact to operations.

August 2, 2010

Incident at HALIFAX / STANFIELD INTL NS (CYHZ)

DAL107, Boeing 767-300, enroute from Frankfurt (EDDF) to New York (KJFK), diverted to Halifax (CYHZ) due to a medical emergency. An ambulance was requested and arranged with Airport Duty Manager. The aircraft landed at 16:35Z.

June 8, 2010

Incident at JEBBY Intersection (ATS operating irregularity)

Controller received a verbal estimate from the New York Oceanic Controller on DAL109, Boeing 767-400 enroute from Madrid (LEMD) to Atlanta (KATL). Routing was JEBBY CARAC N42B. The controller received and read back the correct estimate on DAL109. When passing the estimate data to ATOS for processing of strips the controller passed the identification as DAL107 and the ATOS read back DAL107. DAL107 was an existing flight plan scheduled to enter a different sector.

May 9, 2008

Incident at TAFFY (Conflict - potential, ATS operating irregularity)

UAL915, Boeing 777-200, enroute from Paris (LFPG) to Washington (KIAD) and DAL107, Boeing 757-200, enroute from Frankfurt (EDDF) to New York (KJFK), were converging at TAFFY, westbound, at 38,000 ft. The conflict alert provided warning to the controller of the convergence, and both aircraft were turned 30 degrees away from each other. Separation was not assured for a period of time, but the minimum was not breached. TSB Case Closed.
UPDATE TSB: A08A0068: UAL915, a United Airlines Boeing 777-200 enroute from Paris to Washington, DC, and DAL107, a Delta Airline 757-200 enroute from Frankfurt to New York, were converging at TAFFY at FL380. A conflict alert warned the controller of the convergence, and both aircraft were turned 30 degrees away from each other. Lateral separation was not assured for a period of time, but the required minimum of 5NM was not breached.

October 21, 2006

Incident at GOOSE BAY NL (CYYR)

DAL107, Boeing 767-300, enroute from Frankfurt (EDDF) to New York (KJFK), requested to divert to Goose Bay due to a Medical Emergency on board. The aircraft was cleared as requested and landed at 16:19Z without requiring further assistance from Gander ACC. Nil TSB.

May 4, 1999

Incident at Gander Oceanic

DAL107 B767 enroute Frtankfurt to New York request divert to Gander due Passenger Medical Emergency. Landed 1416z. Nil TSB

January 3, 1998

Incident at Gander Oceanic

AFB601 A310 and DAL107 B767 were operating on the same track at FL310 with a planned longitudinal separation of 14 minutes. For reasons as yet undetermined, AFB601 required an additional eight (8) minutes to fly final oceanic route segment and entered domestic airspace with less than minimum longitudinal spacing with DAL107. AFB601 confirmed maintaining cleared route and Mach. NIL TSB

May 21, 1997

Incident at 60nm nord-est de TEALS (ATS operating irregularity, ATM - NAVAIDS/radar)

Le radar de Saglek était en panne. Les techniques de contr,le procédurier étaient en vigueur. SWR124 était sur une trajectoire LOMTA-TEALS au niveau de vol 340. SWR124 était en contact avec le contr,leur de Moncton qui planifiait monter SWR124 au niveau de vol 350. L'estimé a été passé au Centre de contr,le de Montréal à cet effet. Pendant ce temps, DAL107 était sur une trajectoire HINGE-TEALS au niveau de vol 340 et en contact avec le Centre de contr,le de Montréal. Les deux aéronefs sont apparus sur le radar de Brisay avec un espacement latéral de 25 nm sans que la norme d'espacement verticale minimale soit assurée.

September 25, 1994

Incident at Gander Oceanic

ACA871 departed Charles de Gaulle enroute Mirabel routing in part 49W/40W (1346Z) 48W/50W (1435Z) St. John's at FL370. At 1406z position 4843N/4344W, ACA871 reported power loss number 1 engine and requested descent to FL270. ACA advised of traffic DAL107 FL330 49N/40W at 1342Z and AZA656 FL310 49N/40W at 1343Z. ACA871 proceeded north of cleared track by 30 miles, declared "PAN PAN" and decended to FL290. Upon reaching FL290 flight was cleared direct St. John's. ACA871 later received clearance to Halifax, awaiting release from company to proceed to Mirabel.