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Miami Air B737-800 N732MA runway overrun in Jacksonville Naval Air Station



Posted by A320FAN on 04 May 2019 - 09:05:08
44 posts, 1470 aircraft seen at 28 airports. Local Airport: FLL

A Boeing 737-800 of Miami Air - N732MA flying from Guantanamo Bay Naval Air Station to Jacksonville Naval Air Station came to a rest in the St. John's River, while landing in heavy rains. All 7 crew and 139 pax are safe. 21 injured.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/boeing-737-slides-off-runway-into-florida-river-21-hurt/ar-AAASc8F?ocid=spartanntp

http://avherald.com/h?article=4c780245&opt=0

(picture in the link)

Admin Posted by nighthawk on 06 May 2019 - 20:15:11
392 posts, 198 aircraft seen at 21 airports. Local Airport: CAX

That's not going to be good news for Boeing. I know it's not a MAX, and almost certainly not their fault, but hearing "737" and "crashed" in the news is going to cause concern among the travelling public.

I see all the passengers made it out alive.. but a number of cats and dogs were in the hold, and no attempt was made to rescue them at the time of the accident. :-(




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