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05 Feb 2020 - B737-800, TC-IZK (37742/2796), FF 23 Jan 2009, operated by Pegasus Airlines was written off whilst landing at Istanbul, Sabiha Gocken airport (LTFJ) runway 06 at 15:20Z (18:20L) on 05 Feb 2020.

The aircraft was operating flight PC-2193 from Izmir with 177 passengers and 6 crew on-board. It is reported that 179 people were taken to hospital and 3 fatalities.

The crew were flying an ILS onto runway 06. The last wind check given to them on final was 270/25. Two aircraft before this one had gone around and the airport was preparing for a runway change.

LTFJ 051520Z 29022G37KT 240V330 7000 -TSRA FEW017CB BKN025 BKN070 11/09 Q0992 RESHRA NOSIG=

Mode-S data shows that the aircraft touched down around 1950m (6400ft) after the threshold (LDA 3000m) and overran the runway at approx 60 kts. The aircraft broke through a perimeter wall and broke into 3 sections approx 170m from the stop end of the runway.

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