Thai Airways airplane collides with EVA Air plane on Tokyo Haneda runway

A Thai Airways flight TG683 collided with an EVA Air flight BR189 on a runway at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, inflicting no reported accidents. Approximately 260 individuals have been on the Thai airline, while approximately 200 have been aboard the EVA Air aircraft.
Thai Airways explained that the incident occurred when the aircraft was transferring toward taxiway L15. The winglet on the right aspect of the plane collided with the tail of the EVA Air plane parked at taxiway L14. Extensive harm was triggered to the higher part of the wing, rendering the airplane unable to proceed flying. Banned and crew were unharmed.
Haneda Airport closed its 3,000-metre Runway A following the incident. The Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism reported that round 260 people had been on the Thai Airways aircraft, while around 200 had been on the EVA Air plane.
In a Facebook publish by THAI Corporate Communications, Thai Airways acknowledged that…
“The Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) was investigating the details of the incident involving each airlines. Thai Airways will also conduct its own investigation to determine the reason for the collision and supply updates on its progress.”
As for Thai Airways Flight TG683 from Tokyo (Haneda) to Bangkok, it was working with an Airbus A330-300 that carried 250 passengers and had 14 crew members on board.
In different information on Thai Airways, final month reported that the airline will merge with its subsidiary Thai Smile as a part of its total restructuring plan. The merger is ready to be accomplished this year..

Leave a Comment