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30 Jul 2022 - 737-800, HS-DBR (43420/5031, age 7.7 years), operated by Nok Air overran runway 03 after landing at 21:06L (14:06Z) at Chaing Rai, Thailand (VTCT) on 30 July 2022. There were no reported injuries and only minor damage to the aircraft.

The METAR suggests that the runway was wet:

VTCT 301400Z 33006KT 5000 -TSRA FEW018CB SCT018 BKN030 OVC049 25/25 Q1008 TEMPO 2000 TSRA=

Nok Air issued a statement saying that "The plane arrived at Mae Fah Luang-Chiang Rai international airport at 9.06pm in heavy rain and, as it was taxiing along the runway towards its parking position on the apron, it skidded off the runway." and that " the pilot managed to park the plane safely and all the passengers and crew were safely ushered into the passenger terminal.". The photographs suggest that the aircraft overran the runway and became disabled in the grass. In a Facebook post a passenger complained that the airline’s evacuation procedure was very slow and many of them were short of breath as they were forced to wait in the aircraft for over an hour.

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*** Updated 14 Nov 2021 ***

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HS-DBR pictured in its final resting position

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