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Incident: Transaero B735 at Krasnodar on Sep. 25, Landed on Wrong Runway

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Russian Federation
Source: WCARN

A Transaero Airlines Boeing 737-500, registration VP-BPA performing flight UN-167 fom Moscow Domodedovo to Krasnodar (Russia) with 115 people on board, was cleared to land on Krasnodar's runway 05C however touched down on closed runway 05R. The aircraft impacted three signs before coming to a stop. There were no injuries, the passengers disembarked onto the runway and were taken to the terminal.

 

The aircraft is currently disabled on the closed runway, it will be towed to the apron as soon as a taxiway becomes available.

A similiar event had happened 7 weeks ago, see Incident: Kyrgyzstan B733 at Krasnodar on Aug 2nd 2015, landed on closed runway.



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