Shaheen A332 at Islamabad on Jun 10th 2016, burst tyre on takeoff

Last Update: June 10, 2016 / 16:01:09 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jun 10, 2016

Classification
Incident

Flight number
NL-901

Aircraft Registration
AP-BMI

Aircraft Type
Airbus A330-200

ICAO Type Designator
A332

A Shaheen Air Airbus A330-200, registration AP-BMI performing flight NL-901 from Islamabad (Pakistan) to Manchester,EN (UK) with 150 people on board, departed Islamabad's runway 12 but burst a nose tyre. The crew stopped the climb at FL100 and entered a hold to assess the situation, the crew subsequently decided to divert to Karachi (Pakistan) due to weather conditions present at Islamabad. The aircraft landed safely on Karachi's runway 25L about 3:20 hours after departure.

Metars Islamabad:
OPRN 101300Z 05026KT 3000 DZTS FEW030CB SCT040 BKN100 30/14 Q1002.7/29.61=
OPRN 101230Z 05035KT 2000 TS FEW030CB SCT040 33/16 Q1000.7/29.55=
OPRN 101200Z 09040KT 2000 TS FEW030CB SCT040 33/16 Q1000.7/29.55=
OPRN 101118Z 09040KT 1500 TS FEW030TC SCT040=
OPRN 101105Z 09050KT 1500 DRW FEW030TCU SCT040=
OPRN 101100Z 09045KT 3000 HZ FEW030TCU FEW040 39/20 Q999.3/29.51=
OPRN 101055Z 09030KT 3000 HZ FEW030TCU SCT040=
OPRN 101000Z 18016KT 4000 HZ FEW030TCU FEW040 40/20 Q1000.0/29.56=
OPRN 100930Z 13016KT 4000 HZ FEW030TCU FEW040 39/21 Q1001.0/29.56=
OPRN 100900Z 13012KT 4000 HZ FEW030TCU FEW040 39/21 Q1001.0/29.56=

Metars Karachi:
OPKC 101525Z 24014KT 6000 BKN020 31/24 Q1001 TEMPO 230525KT=
OPKC 101255Z 25015KT 6000 SCT020 31/24 Q1000 TEMPO 230G25KT=
OPKC 101225Z 24010KT 6000 SCT020 32/24 Q999 TEMPO 230G25KT=
OPKC 100955Z 24020KT 4000 BLDU SCT020 SCT100 34/25 Q1000 TEMPO 25015G30KT=
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jun 10, 2016

Classification
Incident

Flight number
NL-901

Aircraft Registration
AP-BMI

Aircraft Type
Airbus A330-200

ICAO Type Designator
A332

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