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On 25 May 2018 at 04:08Z (14:08L), 737-200C, PK-JRM, (20943/405), of Jayawijaya Dirgantara, landed at Wamena, Indonesia (WAVV) when the entire thrust reverser of engine #2 detached. The aircraft then departed the right hand side of the runway and stopped 800m later approximately 50m from the side of the runway.

Photographs from the site do not suggest that any significant damage occured during the runway excursion. There were no passengers (freighter aircraft) and no injuries to the 4 crew members.

The aircraft was manufactured in March 1975 and had previously been registered as PK-RPH (Republic Express), F-GGVP (L'Aeropostale), VT-EKC (Indian Airlines) and PH-TVD (Transavia).


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*** Updated 20 Nov 2018 ***

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PK-JRM after the accident

The aircraft after the accident (Photo Wechat)

The detached RH thrust reverser

The detached RH thrust reverser (Photo Wechat)

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