October 2, 2019

Incident at NICSO intersection

A United Airlines Boeing 787-10 (N14001/UAL23) on a flight from Newark Intl, NJ (KEWR) to Dublin, Ireland (EIDW) reported a technical issue described as a possible fuel leak, and requested to return to their point of departure. No emergency declared. The flight was cleared as requested. No traffic. No impact to operations.

June 2, 2014

Incident at In the vicinity of: HALIFAX / STANFIELD INTL NS (CYHZ)

At 0105Z, Halifax, NS (CYHZ) terminal control unit (TCU) advised a United Airlines Boeing 757 200 (N14120/ UAL23) from Newark, NJ (KEWR) to Dublin (EIDW) diverting to Halifax, NS (CYHZ) due medical emergency. UAL23 also requested emergency response services (ERS) on standby during landing as aircraft would be "heavy" on landing. Landed at 0127Z with ERS standing by - no operational impact. All agencies advised.
UPDATE: TSB Report#A14A0047: The United Airlines Boeing 757-200 (registration N14120) aeroplane was en route from Newark (KEWR) to Dublin (EIDW). A medical emergency was experienced and the crew diverted the flight to Halifax (CYHZ). Upon landing in Halifax the aircraft was heavy and ERS was requested to be on standby. The aircraft landed safely.

July 20, 2013

Incident at 4428N6648W

UPDATE: TSB REPORT#A13A0089: The United Airlines Boeing 757 (N12109) aeroplane was en route from Newark (KEWR) to Dublin (EIDW). At approximately one hour into the flight, while in cruise, the crew was adjusting the cabin temperature when a loss of cabin pressure was experienced. The crew requested descent to 10000 feet and diverted to KEWR. Maintenance determined that one of the positive relief valves were defective. Both were replaced and after a test flight the aircraft was returned to service.
A United Airlines Inc. Boeing 757 200 (UAL23) from Newark, NJ (KEWR) to Dublin Ireland (EIDW) entered QM airspace and on initial contact indicated losing cabin pressure and requested descent. The aircraft was given descent immediately but did not declare an emergency. Aircraft requested clearance to KEWR and was given routing at 10,000 feet as he regained the pressure. The pilot later declared an emergency but no assistance was required and left Moncton (QM) airspace at 0100Z. Boston control (BOS) and the Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC) were advised. There was no impact on the operation.