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Emergency landing at U-Tapao Airport


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Plane and passengers are all safe.

 

The earlier reports of the plane slid off the runway are wrong.

 

Planes landing gear was working, just a false warning alert to the flight crew.

 

 

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Details of this flight are unclear, as no scheduled commercial flights were due. Flight radar data shows the aircraft transponder, but no flight coding.

 

It is reported that this aircraft, was a Airbus A319, from Dubai, it had 2 flight crew and 7 cabin crew, but reports differ to if there were any passengers or not  onboard.

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Latest reports are that this was a Airbus A-319-115 (CJ) with registration number 9H-LIV, and the aircraft, en route from Dubai to the Philippines, when it reported a malfunction indication with the landing gear. Consequently, the flight crew requested permission for an emergency landing at U-Tapao Airport. The numbers onboard are still unclear.

 

The aircraft remained at U-Tapao Airport for about an hour for refueling and thorough system checks before it resumed its journey to its intended destination.

 

9H-LIV is a VIP aircraft operated by Comlux Malta.

 

Pictures of the aircraft on the ground at U-Tapeo.

 

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