Thai Airways A330 Crashes in Bangkok

Thai Airways A330 Crashes in Bangkok

Thai Airways Flight 679 was inbound to Bangkok from Guangzhou, China with 298 passengers aboard when it crashed because of a failure with it’s front landing gear.  The airline is reporting that eight passengers were “slightly injured.”

Thai Airways posted the following on their facebook page:

Thai Airways International Flight TG 679, Guangzhou – Bangkok operated with Airbus 330-300 aircraft departing Guangzhou at 16:03 hrs. (local time) scheduled to arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport at 23:00 hrs. (local time) experienced incident while landing at Suvarnabhumi Airport. As the aircraft was landing and the landing gear touched the runway, the nose gear has failed. As a result, the plane skidded off the runway. The captain took control of the aircraft until it stops and the passengers were evacuated using slides. The aircraft was carrying 287 passengers and 14 crew members. 8 passengers were slightly injured. Injured passengers were taken care and sent to hospital for medical treatments.

The Airbus A330-300 involved in the incident is registered HS-TEF and was delivered to Thai Airways in March of 1995.

The photos below have all been obtained from Twitter.



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