Lufthansa CRJ9 at Munich on Jan 13th 2018, rejected takeoff due to blown tyre

Last Update: January 14, 2018 / 16:45:31 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jan 13, 2018

Classification
Incident

Airline
Lufthansa

Flight number
LH-2252

Destination
Lyon, France

Aircraft Registration
D-ACNM

ICAO Type Designator
CRJ9

A Lufthansa Canadair CRJ-900, registration D-ACNM performing flight LH-2252 from Munich (Germany) to Lyon (France), was accelerating for takeoff from Munich's runway 08R when the crew rejected takeoff due to at least one blown tyre. The aircraft slowed safely but became disabled on the runway. Tower instructed a number of aircraft on approach to go around. Emergency services responded to provide fire cover, the passengers disembarked onto the runway and were bussed to the terminal. The aircraft received substantial damage.

The runway was closed due to the disabled aircraft and debris along the runway.

A replacement Airbus A320-200 registration D-AIPA reached Lyon with a delay of 100 minutes.

On Jan 14th 2018 The Aviation Herald learned that the aircraft burst both right hand main tyres and received substantial damage due to tyre debris damaging the gear doors and impacting the underside of the right hand wing causing damage to the flaps as well as penetrating the underside of the wing (the wing tank remained undamaged).

Related NOTAM:
A0162/18 NOTAMN
Q) EDMM/QMRLC/IV/NBO/A /000/999/4821N01147E005
A) EDDM B) 1801131812 C) 1801132000
E) RWY 08R/26L CLSD.
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jan 13, 2018

Classification
Incident

Airline
Lufthansa

Flight number
LH-2252

Destination
Lyon, France

Aircraft Registration
D-ACNM

ICAO Type Designator
CRJ9

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