India A319 at Lucknow and Mumbai on Jun 9th 2016, burst tyre on takeoff, flap damage
Last Update: June 10, 2016 / 15:25:54 GMT/Zulu time
India's DGCA have opened an investigation into the occurrence stating, the crew should have rejected takeoff at Lucknow. The crew subsequently did not report the occurrence and taxied the aircraft to the stand in Mumbai, where ground personnel discovered the substantial damage to flaps and the wheel.
Mumbai Airport confirmed the aircraft arrived with flap and wheel damage. Lucknow Airport however reported they are not aware of such an occurrence.
The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Mumbai about 32 hours after landing.
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