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More: Boeing 737-301(SF)
More: Birmingham - International (Elmdon) (BHX / EGBB)
More: UK - England, June 15, 2006
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OO-TND (cn 23515/1355) Intended destination was Stansted but due to weather diverted to EMA where it lost its right undercarriage in an attempted landing in poor visibility. Aircraft then made emergency landing here at Birmingham at 0602, blocking runway for about 8 hours.
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A visitor from Switzerland posted Mon June 19, 2006:
I know some MX in LGG who may have cried when they saw this pic !

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat June 17, 2006:
Messed up my flight to see England play in the world cup in Germany. Apparantley this aircraft landed on the grass at NEMA which caused the gear damage..took of again and was directed to BHX despite NEMA having a longer strip of concrete

A visitor from Germany posted Fri June 16, 2006:
Great photo. Is the aircraft going to be written off?

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri June 16, 2006:
Well done to the crew for getting this one down safely. Good photo.

A visitor from Malaysia posted Fri June 16, 2006:
Wow...right timing..great shot!! Thank goodness its a F, not a pax.

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 16, 2006:
Thats a damn shame.

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 16, 2006:
It just takes one little problem (in this case a medium to big problem) to screw up the whole day at an airport (arrivals/departures).

A visitor from Canada posted Fri June 16, 2006:
Good to see it got down safely =)

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