PIA B773 at Peshawar on Nov 14th 2022, runway excursion

Last Update: November 15, 2022 / 11:45:53 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Nov 14, 2022

Classification
Incident

Flight number
PK-736

Aircraft Registration
AP-BMS

Aircraft Type
Boeing 777-300

ICAO Type Designator
B773

Airport ICAO Code
OPPS

A PIA Pakistan International Airlines Boeing 777-300, registration AP-BMS performing flight PK-736 (dep Nov 13rd) from Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) to Peshawar (Pakistan), landed on Peshawar's runway 35, reached the turn pad at the end of the runway with about 40 knots over ground and began to turn for the turn around only after slowing to below 20 knots. The aircraft thus went off the runway and turnpad surface, became stuck and needed to be towed off the runway about 40 minutes later.

Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority confirmed a minor incident when the aircraft arriving from Jeddah slipped off the runway, all crew and passengers were safe. Two incoming flights needed to be diverted until the aircraft was cleared off the runway.

Metars:
OPPS 140200Z 13004KT 4000 -RA SCT011ST FEW030TCU SCT040 OVC070 12/11 Q1019=
OPPS 140130Z 13004KT 4000 RA FEW030 SCT040 OVC070 12/11 Q1018=
OPPS 140100Z 13004KT 4000 RA FEW030 SCT040 OVC070 12/11 Q1018=
OPPS 140000Z 31008KT 4000 -RA FEW030 SCT040 OVC070 13/11 Q1018=
OPPS 140000Z 31008KT 4000 -RA FEW030 SCT040 OVC070 13/11 Q1018=
OPPS 132330Z 31008KT 4000 RA FEW030TCU SCT040 BKN070 13/11 Q101 8=
OPPS 132300Z 31008KT 4000 RA FEW030TCU SCT040 BKN070 13/11 Q1018=
OPPS 132230Z 31008KT 4000 RA FEW030TCU SCT040 BKN070 13/11 Q1018=
OPPS 132200Z 31008KT 4000 RA FEW030TCU SCT040 BKN070 13/11 Q1018=
OPPS 132130Z 18008KT 4000 RA FEW030TCU SCT040 OVC070 13/11 Q1018=
OPPS 132100Z 18008KT 4000 RA FEW030TCU SCT040 OVC070 13/11 Q1018=
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Nov 14, 2022

Classification
Incident

Flight number
PK-736

Aircraft Registration
AP-BMS

Aircraft Type
Boeing 777-300

ICAO Type Designator
B773

Airport ICAO Code
OPPS

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