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Egyptair MS3100 CAI-BEG suffers multiple burst tires on landing

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:25 pm
by qf789
Earlier today MS3100 operating CAI-BEG suffered from multiple burst tires. The aircraft in question is 737-800 SU-GCO.

The aircraft was unable to leave the runway resulting in at least 10 flights needing to be diverted

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Re: Egyptair MS3100 CAI-BEG suffers multiple burst tires on landing

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:02 pm
by oldannyboy
Wow looks bad. Could both the wheels and tarmac be damaged?

Re: Egyptair MS3100 CAI-BEG suffers multiple burst tires on landing

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:08 pm
by Melbourne
Tough day for BEG, disabled runway at a single runway airport.

Re: Egyptair MS3100 CAI-BEG suffers multiple burst tires on landing

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:17 pm
by ojjunior
Where's that option in this website where you could point your mouse cursor over a word and a small description of it pops up?
Had to google to see where BEG is.

Re: Egyptair MS3100 CAI-BEG suffers multiple burst tires on landing

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:24 pm
by LaunchDetected
ojjunior wrote:
Where's that option in this website where you could point your mouse cursor over a word and a small description of it pops up?
Had to google to see where BEG is.


I also would love to know it. Some people on this forum knows all airports based on their code but i'm not one of them.

Re: Egyptair MS3100 CAI-BEG suffers multiple burst tires on landing

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:15 pm
by SaveFerris
BEG is Belgrade, Serbia...Google is a fantastic resource.

On to the incident, perhaps they landed with the parking brake set? Or had some form of brake malfunction or anti skid fault that locked up all four wheels? I wonder if the crew was aware of a hydraulic and/or braking system prior to the landing?

Re: Egyptair MS3100 CAI-BEG suffers multiple burst tires on landing

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:40 pm
by Apprentice
SaveFerris wrote:
BEG is Belgrade, Serbia...Google is a fantastic resource.

On to the incident, perhaps they landed with the parking brake set? Or had some form of brake malfunction or anti skid fault that locked up all four wheels? I wonder if the crew was aware of a hydraulic and/or braking system prior to the landing?



HI: While I had not worked on B-737, all civil planes uses to have a system to brake tires when a/c is in the air and crew select Gear up., to stop wheels rotation, when gear are down, before landing, system re-positioned and Wheels are free again (or give and alert of brakes on) This do not related to Parking Brake set Handle, which I dont believe that was in on position.

Rgds