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Wings Abadi Plane Veers off Runway in Indonesia due to Rain

Wings Abadi flight IW-1896 veered off the runway at Achmad Yani International Airport, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, on December 25th.

The Avions de Transport Regional ATR-72-212A flying from Bandung landed safely on the runway but veered off and came to a stop with its right main gear collapsed.

The aircraft received substantial damage.

No injuries were reported.

Indonesian Air Force Bravo Made Emergency Landing in Central Java

An AS-202 Bravo aircraft from Air Squadron 101 of the Indonesian Air Force made an emergency landing in a paddy in Jogodayoh village, Sukoharjo, Central Java, Indonesia, on August 12.

The training plane, which took off from Adi Soemarmo at 11 a.m., experienced a technical problem during the flight and landed in emergency around 57 minutes after takeoff.

The plane landed safely and the pilot instructor, Maj. Surono, and his student, First Sgt. Tama, who were the only 2 people aboard, survived unhurt.

The aircraft was manufactured in 1980s and was based at Adi Soemarmo Airport in Surakarta.

Air Force spokesperson Com. Hadi Tjahjanto said, “I cannot yet report anything about the condition of the AS-202 Bravo as we must wait for examination results from the Air Force Aviation Safety Agency.”

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