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29 Apr 2018 - PK-LOO 737-800 Runway excursion after landing

On 29 Apr 2018 Lion Air 737-800, PK-LOO (39814/4879 delivered Apr 2014), departed to the left side of runway 27 at Gorontalo (WAMG) whilst landing in rain at 1030z. There were no reported injuries.

The aircraft departed the runway to the left hand side and continued 420m to the far end of the runway before becoming bogged down in soft ground up to the engines. The aircraft appears to be extensively damaged.

Runway 27 LDA is 2500 meters (8202ft)

WAMG 291730Z 17001KT 5000 RA BKN010CB 24/23 Q1009 RMK CB IN APCH=

 
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PK-LOO runway overrun

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