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16 Aug 2018 - Xiamen 737-800 B-5498 Runway excursion after landing at Manila

On 16 Aug 2018 Xiamen Airlines 737-800, B-5498 (37574/3160 delivered Jan 2010), departed to the right side of runway 24 at Manila (RPLL) whilst landing in a thunderstorm at 1555z (23:55L). The aircraft was on its second approach after having previously gone around due to the weather. The left main landing gear collapsed and the #1 engine separated from the wing but there have been no reported injuries.

RPLL 161600Z 28011KT 250V310 2000 +TSRA FEW018CB BKN020 OVC080 24/24 Q1007 TEMPO 5000 TSRA RMK A2974 CB OHD=

 

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B-5498 in its final resting position

B-5498 in its final resting position Photo: Anjo Perez/Manila Airport Authority

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