Thai Airways has removed its Airbus A330-300 from runway 19L at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport. The aircraft on Sept. 8 slid off the runway after one of its landing gear bogies reportedly collapsed on landing. Of the 288 passengers and 14 crew, 13 sustained minor injuries during the evacuation. The aircraft’s proximity obstructed the runway, restricting its usable length. The incident is under investigation by multiple agencies, including the Aircraft Accident Investigation ...


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