Thai AirAsia A320 at Bangkok on May 4th 2022, landed on wrong runway
Last Update: May 19, 2022 / 22:39:24 GMT/Zulu time
Thailand's AIB reported however the aircraft landed on an unassigned runway and rated the occurrence a serious incident, an investigation is underway.
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