Boeing 767 ANA plane made hard landing accident at Narita Airport Tokyo
Thursday, 21 June 2012 21:23
A Boeing 767-381ER (JA610A ) International scheduled passenger plane, Flight Number NH 956, with 193 people on board sustained substantial damage in a hard landing accident at Tokyo-Narita Airport (NRT), Japan Wednesday, 20 June at 13.20 no fatalities reported.
Â Boeing 767-381ER (JA610A ) ANA , Flight Number NH956 hard landing
All Nippon flight NH956 was arriving from Beijing, China, when it made a hard landing on runway 16R in strong gusty cross winds. The airplane touched down on its right hand main landing gear, after which it bounced back up. The nose landing gear than contacted the runway at considerable force. The nose bounced back up and the airplane touched down on its main wheels, followed by the nose landing gear.
The flight taxied to the gate and it appeared the airplane had sustained severe wrinking of the the forward fuselage
At the time of the accident wind shear had been reported at the airport.
A post flight examination revealed that the forward fuselage received numerous serious creases. No one was injured.
Weather reported at the time of the accident was (13:20 JST / 04:20 UTC):
RJAA 200400Z 22014G27KT 170V250 9999 FEW025 BKN180 28/22 Q0998 WS R16R NOSIG RMK 1CU025 5AC180 A2947
04:00 UTC: Wind 220 degrees at 14 knots, gusting to 27 knots; Visibility 10+ km; Few clouds at 2500 feet AGL, Broken clouds at 18000 feet AGL; Pressure 998 mb; Wind shear at runway 16R; Cumulonimbus clouds at 2500 feet and thickening Altocumulus clouds at 18000 feet.
RJAA 200430Z 23016G29KT 9999 FEW025 BKN/// 28/21 Q0998 WS R16L NOSIG RMK 1CU025 A2948
04:00 UTC: Wind 230 degrees at 16 knots, gusting to 29 knots; Visibility 10+ km; Few clouds at 2500 feet AGL, Pressure 998 mb; Wind shear at runway 16L; Cumulonimbus clouds at 2500 feet.(Flight Global/AC)