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21 Dec 2020 - 737-900ER, PK-LGP (35732/3111), FF Dec 2009 (11 Years old), operated by Lion Air left the paved surface of the runway after landing during a heavy rainstorm at WILL, Bandar Lampung, Indonesia on 20th Dec 2020.

The incident is believed to have happened at taxy speed as the aircraft was turning to vacate the runway.

There was no evacuation, the passengers exited the aircraft using mobile airport steps. No reported injuries.

The aircraft is being recovered by being jacked up out of the mud with air cushions (see photo) before being towed.

Runway 14/32 9,842ft, 3,000m Asphalt

Indonesia’s National Transportation Safety Committee has begun investigations into the incident.

 

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PK-LGP Runway Excursion

PK-LGP being removed from the mud (photo Lion Air)

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