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Ghana Bans A Delta Boeing 767 (Yes, Just One)It’s not every day that you see an aviation authority ban one specific jet from operating passenger flights to a country, but that’s exactly what we’re seeing here. (onemileatatime.com) More...
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Seems the best way to get the airlines attention ! ! !
As a Diesel Mechanic of a fleet, there’s alway one unit that will give is more problems than the rest. We fix one problem today and when the unit comes back next week, it will have another issue and so on. I think this aircraft is the same.
So, it's basically a lemon? A Monday plane?
I'm flying BOS-DUB at the end of this month...I think I know which aircraft I'll get :-)
Another great article...
Nearly 25 years old and multiple delays, diversions, and cancellations to its credit in the span of about a month. Looks like a lemon to me and getting more obviously so every day. My advice to Delta is to send this plane on a one way trip to Victorville next time you take delivery of another A330. Till then, either park it or confine it to domestic duty. If an exception needs to be made, at the least it never visits Africa again. Transpacific routes are probably a bad idea as well.