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BoA Plane Bursts Tires on Landing at El Alto International Airport

A Boliviana de Aviacion Boeing 737-300 plane burst left hand main tires after landing at El Alto International Airport, Bolivia, on November 1st.

The incident happened when the plane was preforming flight OB-669 from Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.

The plane became disabled on the runway. All one hundred and one passengers and six crew members remained unharmed.

BoA Plane Returns to Bolivia due to Cabin Pressurisation Issue

BoA Boliviana de Aviacion flight OB-670 had to return and make an emergency landing at El Alto International Airport, La Paz, Bolivia, on September 22nd.

The Boeing 737-700 flying to Santa Cruz, Bolivia, had to return due to cabin pressurisation issue.

The plane landed safely.

All 138 passengers and 6 crew members remained safe.

Boliviana de Aviacion Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Bolivia

Boliviana de Aviacion flight OB-314 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Cochabamba, Bolivia, on February 6th.

The plane flying from La Paz, Bolivia, was on approach to Uyuni, Bolivia, when the crew reported unsafe gear and decided to divert.

The plane landed safely. All 31 passengers and 3 crew members remained unharmed.

The airline arranged a replacement plane for the passengers.

Boliviana de Aviacion Flight Returns to La Paz

Boliviana de AviaciónBoliviana de Aviacion flight OB-442 made an emergency landing in La Paz, Bolivia, on August 18th.

The Boeing 737-300 aircraft had departed for Cochabamba, Bolivia, when the crew reported that cabin did not pressurize and decided to turn back.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unhurt.

Boliviana de Aviacion at La Paz

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Contact photographer Andrés Contador – AirTeamImages

What: Boliviana de Aviacion Boeing 737-300 en route from from Sucre to La Paz
Where: La Paz
When: Jun 11th 2010
Who: 46 passengers and 6 crew
Why: On landing, a bracket failed, a hydraulic line on the right hand main gear was cut. This resulted in all the hydraulic fluid releasing, and the brakes failing. The crew used reverse thrust and managed to stop the plane.

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