Four Vietnamese aboard Papua New Guinea’s plane overshooting runway
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|Air Niugini’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft P2-PXE landed short of the runway and on a lagoon on September 28 in Chuuk, Micronesia. (Photo: Twitter)|
Air Niugini’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft P2-PXE landed short of the runway and on a lagoon on September 28 in Chuuk, Micronesia.
Early reports indicate very poor visibility at the time due to bad weather, and the aircraft came to rest in the water 145 metres from the runway, Air Niugini, the national carrier of Papua New Guinea said in a press statement.
The passengers have been provided with accommodations and food while they are in Micronesia.
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