August 10, 2016

Incident at In the vicinity of: CYR665

While enroute, a Delta Air Lines Airbus A330-200 (DAL133), flying from Amsterdam (EHAM), Netherlands, to Detroit (KDTW), MI, entered CYR665 at approximately FL380. The zone had been activated by NOTAM.

April 22, 2010

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

DAL133 B767-400 IFR, declared medical emergency when aircraft was approximately 70 nautical miles NE of St. John's (CYYT) NL. Aircraft diverted to St. John's and landed 1623Z Nil TSB

November 23, 2009

Incident at À 60NM au sud du VOR de Sept-Îles (YZV)

DAL133, un Boeing 767 exploité par Delta Airlines, effectuait un vol selon les règles de vol aux instruments (IFR) depuis Athinai/Eleftherios Venizelos, Grèce (LGAV) à destination de New York (KJFK). À 60 milles nautiques au sud du radiophare omnidirectionnel à très haute fréquence (VOR) de Sept-Îles (YZV), l'équipage a déclaré une urgence médicale et a demandé à être dirigé vers Bangor, ME (KBGR). Un médecin était à bord de l'aéronef. Une ambulance a été demandée pour l'arrivée de l'aéronef. À 1535Z, l'urgence médicale a été annulée et l'équipage a demandé à être réacheminé vers New York.*** ** *** DAL133, a Boeing 767 operated by Delta Airlines, was conducting an instrument flight rules (IFR) flight from Athens/Eleftherios Venizelos, Greece (LGAV) to New York (KJFK). While flying 60 NM south of the Sept-Îles (CYZV) VHF omnidirectional range (VOR), the crew declared a medical emergency and requested a diversion to Bangor, ME (KBGR). A doctor was on board the aircraft. An ambulance was requested for the aircraft's arrival. At 1535Z, the medical emergency was cancelled and the crew requested a diversion to New York.

November 4, 2002

Incident at GOOSE BAY NL (CYYR)

A Boeing 767 enroute from Athens to Kennedy 80 NM Northeast of Goose Bay declared a medical emergency due to a passenger and requested a clearance to Goose Bay. The aircraft landed in Goose Bay at 1842Z without further incident.

May 27, 2001

Incident at North Atlantic Ocean (Conflict - loss of separation, ATS operating irregularity)

Update May 31, 2001 to reflect incident occurring in Domestic Airspace.
TSB Update may 29, 2001. A01A0055: A Continental Airlines Boeing 767-400, call-sign COA 18, was at FL350 routing TUSKY - VIXUN 49N/50W. Delta Airlines Boeing 767-300, call-sign DAL 133 was at FL330 routing VIXUN - TUSKY 49N/50W. At Approximately 50 NM west of 49/50 DAL 133 was issued a climb clearance from FL330 to FL350. DAL133 initiated the climb and then queried the clearance when opposite traffic was observed passing overhead. At the time of passage, separation was not assured. ANS $ Airspace Update May 29, 2001. Nav Canada will conduct and OSI
COA18 B767 FL350 ROUTING TUSKY -> VIXUN -> 49/50 DAL133 FL330 ROUTING 49/50 -> VIXUN -> TUSKY At approximately 1629z, prior to aircraft passage, DAL133 was issued a climb clearance from FL330 to FL350. At that time , both aircraft were approximately 3 miles to meet point. DAL133 queried ATC clearance when traffic observed passing overhead at FL350. Both Aircraft RVSM certified requiring only 1000 feet vertical separation, and although DAL133 had just commenced climb from FL33.1 at time of passage, separation was not assured for a period of time. TSB Evaluating.