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Published on 22nd September 2010 by Martin Krupka, 2781 views
A Falcon 900 executive aircraft operated by the Malaysia Air Force veered off the runway while landing at the Sultan Mahmud Airport, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia, today after the left tyre was punctured. The incident happened at about 10.30am local time and none of five crew was injured in the incident.
The aircraft involved in the incident is M37-01. The pictures of the aircraft are shown below.
The plane was on a routine training flight from the Subang airport in Selangor.
The airport was closed to other aircraft until 1pm. Commercial flights to the airport resumed at about 2pm.
Sultan Mahmud Airport (IATA: TGG, ICAO: WMKN) is an airport that serves Kuala Terengganu, a city in the state of Terengganu in Malaysia.
1 Mir ZafriZ
(23. 9. 2010, 05:10 CET)
The Falcon 900 skidded off the runway at Sultan Mahmud Airport (TGG,WMKN) located in Terengganu, Malaysia. Not at Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin Airport, Indonesia. The aircraft involved is M37-01, there is no M37-00.