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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 6:13 pm

Indonesia is making the news again, sending ( most probably ) another classic 737 to the scrapyard.

Glad nobody was seriously injured.

Article with Pics.

http://www.avherald.com/h?article=447f70f9&opt=0

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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 6:16 pm

Thats quite the burm right near the runway... thats why we have runway safety area standards here in the US...
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 6:24 pm

Mandala499 will be not amused.  
 
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 6:32 pm

That's a -300, not a -400 - there's only one overwing emergency exit.
 
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 6:34 pm

Please note, the IATA code for Yogyakarta is JOG.

YOG appears to be a tiny little "airport" in Northern Ontario, Canada.
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 6:41 pm

A

Quoting ZuluTime (Reply 3):
That's a -300, not a -400 - there's only one overwing emergency exit.

The the registry listed in the AvHerald article must be incorrect. I looked it up, PK-CKN is a 737-400.
 
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 7:00 pm

Thats a 733 indeed. AvHerald must have gotten the wrong info.
 
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 7:03 pm

It was indeed a -400; this aircraft only joined Sriwijaya on 22nd November! Previously, it was stored for a while after being with BremenFly, then before that Olympic as SK-BKN and N401KW with Carnival. LN 2380. In service since Oct 1992.
 
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 7:08 pm

Quoting kaitak (Reply 7):

It was indeed a -400; this aircraft only joined Sriwijaya on 22nd November! Previously, it was stored for a while after being with BremenFly, then before that Olympic as SK-BKN and N401KW with Carnival. LN 2380. In service since Oct 1992.

A 734 has a different window pattern with 13-1-3 windows in front of the overwing exit (right side). 733 has 12-5 on the right side, like the one in the photo (first window near front door plugged). So, it must be a 733!
 
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 7:24 pm

Quoting kaitak (Reply 7):
It was indeed a -400; this aircraft only joined Sriwijaya on 22nd November

The aircraft in the photos is clearly a -300 as already mentioned by others.
 
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 7:40 pm

Quoting RJLover (Reply 4):
Please note, the IATA code for Yogyakarta is JOG.

YOG appears to be a tiny little "airport" in Northern Ontario, Canada.

Thanks, my mistake. It has been corrected already by our moderators.

Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 9):
The aircraft in the photos is clearly a -300 as already mentioned by others.

I believe you, but it was not so clear for me, the pics are blurry to say the least, but I guess it was my mistake again.    
But 400 or 300, is a classic anyway   

According to the article, that was a long ride for the passengers. They aborted a first landing in JOG, then diverted to Solo where they aborted the approach too, landed in Surabaya, and after refueling departed to Yogyakarta again, only to overran the runway after landing
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 8:06 pm

Glad it wasn't more serious.

Quoting rl757pvd (Reply 1):
Thats quite the burm right near the runway... thats why we have runway safety area standards here in the US...

Looks to me like it is a road descending through a shallow cutting, not an embankment. Doubt it meets ICAO regs though, the clearway and RESAs certainly don't.


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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:02 pm

I do not see a lot of damage.

However, the underside of the nose could be another story. Also the engines and undercarriage are likely to the damaged.

There is the issue of aircraft age, (about 20 years) reducing the aircraft's value.

Furthermore, it's current location is likely to affect operations and possibly preclude taking a lot time to shift it.

Overall, if they parted it out and just bought another B737, then I would not be surprised.
 
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:13 pm

Quoting kaitak (Reply 7):
It was indeed a -400; this aircraft only joined Sriwijaya on 22nd November! Previously, it was stored for a while after being with BremenFly, then before that Olympic as SK-BKN and N401KW with Carnival. LN 2380. In service since Oct 1992.

AvHerald has amended the aircraft...
737-36N cn 28333 / ln 2810, delivered to Virgin Express as OO-VEB back in 1996 and has spent time at quite a few airlines including Pace here in the US (N374PA).

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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:39 pm

I find the comments section of the article amusing, mostly about how to egress via the slides. I wonder if one of them have ever egressed an aircraft on the slide. I can say I have many times. We have to test slide deployment and of course we HAVE to slide down them (for fun). It is not a big deal, really. I guess if you didn't remove high heels it might be a problem. There's just too many folks who comment on things they no absolutely nothing about. JMO.

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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Wed Dec 21, 2011 12:09 am

Thankfully no fatalities, unlike the previous JOG incident.....
 
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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Wed Dec 21, 2011 3:44 am

Quoting Kent350787 (Reply 15):

Indeed.. And thank god there's no serious injury's either  

But, The there is two things bugging me.. On a local Indonesian news article, It says that The aircraft was flown by one of Sriwijaya Airlines Senior pilots  
And JOG airport is re-open now.. but the plane hasn't been moved yet.. Its still in the same place where it is yesterday..   Is it going to disturb an inbound or an outbound airplane?

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Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Wed Dec 21, 2011 3:13 pm

Quoting rifkyrifky (Reply 16):
It says that The aircraft was flown by one of Sriwijaya Airlines Senior pilots

So what? We don't know yet what really caused the accident.
 
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RE: Boeing 737-300 Off Rwy, Gears Collapsed In Yogyakarta

Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:10 am

Some updated information :

The aircraft was the 4th to land after the weather improved, the three preceding flights had landed safely. The touchdown of SJ-230 was described as very smooth.
NTSC investigators arrived on scene on Dec 21st 2011 and released the aircraft to be moved off its final position by late Dec 21st after collecting evidence, the airport resumed operation on Dec 22nd about 06:00L (23:00Z Dec 21st).

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