United B738 at Tokyo on Jun 26th 2018, blew tyre, another deflated on taxiing
Last Update: June 26, 2018 / 20:36:10 GMT/Zulu time
The taxiway was closed for about 2 hours.
Japan's Ministry of Transport reported one of the right main tyres was believed to be flat prior to landing and broke up during roll out leaving debris on the runway. Another tyre deflated while taxiing disabling the aircraft on the taxiway. An investigation has been opened.
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