Landing with passengers for passengers of the BE1284 Flybe flight at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
A Flybe aircraft suffered serious damage when landing on the 22 runway of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport!
On the evening of 23 February 2017, passengers of BE1284 flight, which was operated by the aircraft DHC-8-402Q Dash-8 (G-JECP) Flybe, they went through scary moments during landing at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
By the time the aircraft reached the 22 runway of the Airport Amsterdam Schiphol, right leg of the aircraft Dash-8 (G-JECP) Flybe it gave way, and the wing touched the ground. After the incident, the crew issued a Mayday call.
Landing with passenger passages for the BE1284 Flybe flight
At the time of landing, there were shear winds of 31 knots, bursting to 46 knots, which made it difficult for Amsterdam airport to operate. Landings were operated in crosswind.
The flight BE1284 connects Edinburgh (Scotland) with Amsterdam (Netherlands), and on board were 59 persons. After the unfortunate incident, the aircraft was evacuated. No casualties were recorded.