Showing posts with label BAe Jetstream 41. Show all posts
Showing posts with label BAe Jetstream 41. Show all posts

09 April, 2019

BAe Jetstream 41 leaves runway in Dominica

A BAe Jetstream 41, of  Sky High Aviation Services, has suffered major damage after making a runway excursion after landing at Douglas-Charles Airport, in Dominica on Monday 8th April.

According to local reports, there were no casualties among the passengers or crew on the turboprop aircraft and all evacuated the aircraft safely.

The aircraft, registration HI-1038 was performing a scheduled flight from Santo Domingo-Las Amรฉricas Josรฉ Francisco Peรฑa Gรณmez Int'l Airport, in the Dominican Republic to Dominica Douglas-Charles Airport, Dominica and had just landed on runway 27 at Douglas-Charles Airport when it left the paved surface and headed into the grass. Photographs from the scene seem to show the landing gear and some debris on the runway, while the aircraft appears nose down on the grass. 

03 September, 2018

Yeti Airlines Jetstream 41 suffers collapsed nose-wheel in runway excursion

A Yeti Airlines BAe jetstream 41 suffered serious damage when it made a runway excursion at Kathmandu-Tribhuvan Airport, Nepal on 1st September.

The aircraft, registration 9N-AHW, was operating flight 1424 when it went off the runway at around 2030 on Saturday.  There were 21 passengers and 3 crew members onboard the aircraft at the time of the incident and it is understood that 5 people sustained some minor injuries. 

The nose landing gear collapsed as the aircraft came to a stop in the grass near taxiways D and E which closed the airport for 12 hours before with the help of the army, the aircraft was moved to a safe location. 

Yeti Airlines used social media to issue the following statement -