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5 Aug 2016 - A 737-400F, HA-FAX (22437/2162) operated by ASL Hungary overran Runway 28 at Bergamo's Orio al Serio Airport (BGY) after a long landing in a thunderstorm. The aircraft broke through the airport perimeter fence, car park and dual carriageway before coming to a stop 580 meters beyond the end of the runway. The aircraft was extensively damaged but there were no reported injuries.

LIME 050220Z 34011KT 9999 SHRA TS FEW015 SCT030CB BKN050 18/17 Q1011 Italian

The Italian ANSV has determined that the aircraft crossed the threshold at 155kt and floated for 14 seconds at a height of 20-30ft before touching down 2000m beyond the threshold of Runway 28 (LDA 2,874m 9,429ft) which was also wet. It went through the airport perimeter fence at 109kt.

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