Boeing Plane Bursts Tire During Landing, Third Incident Worldwide In Two Days * * by Danielle – EVOL

A Boeing 737-800, operated by Turkey-based Corendon Airlines, burst a tire during landing, forcing nearly 200 people to evacuate.

The incident happened at the Gazipasa airport near the Mediterranean coastal town of Alanya.

It’s the second Boeing-related incident in Turkey in two days.

The nose landing gear tires of Corendon Airlines’ Boeing 737-800 aircraft, registered 9H-TJF, burst and wheel damaged while landing on Runway 08 of Gazipasa–Alanya Airport (GZP), Turkey earlier today.

After the tire burst, the plane rested on the front landing gear and the…

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Yet another Boeing accident.

Corendon Airlines’ Boeing 737-800 (JH-TJF) suffered a nosegear tire failure on landing runway in Antalya, Türkiye.

All 190 people aboard the 737 remained unhurt.

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Per Independent:

The plane, which carried 184 passengers and six crew members, was on a flight from Cologne, Germany.

Corendon Airlines denied initial media reports that the aircraft had landed on its nose.

Turkey’s transport and infrastructure ministry reported damage to the plane’s front gear but did not provide details.

The runway was not damaged but flights were diverted to the nearby Antalya airport while the aircraft



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