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19 Jan 2021 - 737-400F, G-JMCY (25114/2666), FF 20/10/1994 (26 Years old), operated by West Atlantic suffered a heavy landing at Exeter (EGTE), UK on 19th Jan 2021 at 02:34Z.

The aircraft landed heavily on Runway 26 at Exeter. Photos (below) show significant damage to the LH wing and surrounding fuselage. The photos of the aircraft leaning to the left suggest that the LH MLG trunnion has pushed up through the wing. It is probable that the aircraft will be considered damaged beyond economic repair.

The were two crew members on board, both apparently uninjured.

EGTE 190220Z 23010KT 9000 -RA SCT012 BKN040 12/10 Q1009=

EGTE Runway 08/26. Dimensions: 6811 x 151 feet / 2076 x 46 meters. Surface: Hard.

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G-JMCY 737-400F Heavy landing damage

G-JMCY after the incident (photo via Twitter)

G-JMCY 737-400F Heavy landing damage

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