A passenger plane damaged its landing gear when it made an emergency stop during take-off after another jet moved onto the runway.
The Singapore Airlines Boeing flight to San Francisco was accelerating for takeoff at Seoul Incheon Airport in South Korea when a Korean Air Airbus flight to Saint Petersburg, Russia, unexpectedly taxied onto the runway.
The Singapore Airlines plane, which had 186 people on board, was travelling at 120mph when it made the emergency stop, shredding the tyres and disabling the aircraft.
After repairs it took off again about 19 hours after the accident.
The Korean Air flight was diverted back to the apron and left an hour and a half after the incident, according to the Aviation Herald .
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Someone claiming to be on the flight wrote in the story’s comments: “I was one of the passengers on the 19 hour delayed flight and never got a full explanation from the Korean airport as to what happened.”
In January 2007 Korean Air Lines Flight 769 from Seoul to Akita, Japan, accidentally landed on an unoccupied taxiway instead of the airport’s runway.
The Boeing 737-900 aircraft with 124 passengers and 9 crew landed without any injury or damage.
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