Jayawijaya B732 at Wamena on May 25th 2018, dropped thrust reverser and veered off runway on landing
Last Update: May 30, 2018 / 23:44:28 GMT/Zulu time
Local authorities reported sufficient runway length remained available for Hercules aircraft and some small passenger aircraft caught at the outposts to operate on the runway. The aircraft is anticipated to be cleared off the runway later the day.
No weather data are available.
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