September 27, 2019

Incident at 4755N / 06314W

A Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-300 (DAL80) on a flight from Atlanta Intl, GA (KATL) to Brussels, Belgium (EBBR) requested a turn-around due to mechanical issues. Negative emergency. The aircraft diverted to New York/John F. Kennedy Intl, NY (KJFK). No impact to operations.

July 17, 2012

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

DAL80, Boeing 767-300, enroute from Atlanta (KATL) to Brussels (EBBR), 40 nautical miles east of Gander (CYQX), diverted to St. John?s (CYYT) due a medical emergency. The aircraft landed at 02:33Z.

May 13, 2010


DAL80, Boeing 767-300, enroute from New York (KJFK) to Amsterdam (EHAM), advised of an engine shut down and requested clearance to divert to Halifax (CYHZ). The flight declared an emergency shortly thereafter and landed without incident at 22:15Z. The aircraft exited the runway to a de-ice bay for a brake temperature check and cool down. The aircraft moved to the gate at 22:38Z. There was minimal impact on operations. TSB Case Closed.
UPDATE TSB: A10A0049: A Delta Airlines Boeing 767-300 (N192DN), was en route from New York to Amsterdam when the flight crew advised ATC that they had intentionally shut down the number one engine (Pratt & Whitney PW 4060). The crew requested and received a clearance to divert the flight to Halifax and shortly after declared an emergency. The aircraft landed safely in an overweight condition without further incident with ARFF standing by. Maintenance inspection revealed that the engine oil chip detector had detached causing an oil leak. The aircraft was returned to service after repairs and an engine windmill inspection were completed.

March 7, 2008

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

DAL80, Boeing 767-300, enroute from New York (KJFK) to Amsterdam (EHAM), advised of a medical emergency (passenger) and diverted to St. John?s (CYYT).

January 30, 2005

Incident at 60NM North of Grindstone

At 0115Z the Delta Air Lines Boeing 767 (DAL80) enroute KJFK to EHAM, requested to divert to Gander and to have the RCMP meet the aircraft, due to an unruly passenger. Aircraft was cleared as requested and landed Gander safely at 0208Z.

June 5, 1999

Incident at Over St. John's NF

DAL80 B767 enroute New York to Amsterdam reported strong electrical smell over St. John's. Flight turned to land at St. John's but decided to continue to New York. Flight subsequently declared a Passenger Medical emergency and continued to New York. TSB Case Closed. Update: The source of the smell could not be identified. However, maintenance suspect that it may have been associated with the entertainment system in the first class cabin. All components of that system have been replaced as a precautionary measure and the aircraft has been returned to service. TSB File # A99A0075

April 15, 1999

Incident at Moncton ACC

DAL80 B767 enroute New York to Amsterdam reported possible Engine Problem and request divert to Bangor. Departed Moncton FIR 0112z. RCC advised. Nil TSB