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Ethiopian Airlines B-737-800 aircraft skids off runway

Posted 3 January 2019 · Add Comment

An Ethiopian Airlines B-737-800 aircraft on a regular scheduled service from Addis Ababa to Entebbe, Uganda, skidded off the runway by a few meters this morning at Entebbe international airport during landing.

 

Passengers and crew were safely deplaned and were taken to the terminal and cleared normally through the regular clearance process. There is no damage to the aircraft.

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