Thai Airways Boeing 787-8 Aircraft Tire Deflates at Bengaluru Airport

Flight TG325 from Thai Airways took off from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) at approximately 14:45 UTC and landed at Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport’s (BLR) runway 09L at around 23:32 local time which happens to be the BLR’s northernmost runway and spans just over 13,123 ft. (4,000 m) in length.

Highlights

  • The rolling flat tire was first spotted by the airport officials at the airport.
  • The reason behind the deflated tire or the time of deflation is not known.
  • The flight was cancelled for a thorough inspection for any potential damage.

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Thai Airways Boeing 787-8

The report comes in from Bengaluru India where earlier this week a Boeing 787 aircraft of Thai Airways burst its tire during the landing. The flight was coming from Bangkok on Thursday when the incident with the Dreamliner took place. Fortunately, neither any passenger nor any crew member on board was harmed. The investigation is currently under process and the reason is not known as of now.

The Incident

Flight TG325 from Thai Airways took off from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) at approximately 14:45 UTC and landed at Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport’s (BLR) runway 09L at around 23:32 local time which happens to be the BLR’s northernmost runway and spans just over 13,123 ft. (4,000 m) in length.

The rolling flat tire was first spotted by the airport officials at the airport either during the landing or after the landing which is not known. The pilots of the said flight were immediately informed about the situation, shortly after which all passengers and crew were evacuated from the aircraft safely without any injuries or harm. The reason behind the deflated tire or the time of deflation is not known currently and required investigation is under process.

The Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft which runs as a daily service between Bangkok and Bengaluru owns six airframes of the type, outfitted in a two-class configuration with 256 seats, 234 of which are regular Economy seats, and the remaining 22 are business class. This aircraft has been with Thai Airways since 2014. The flight was also scheduled to return, however, was cancelled for a thorough inspection for any potential damage.

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