Thai Airways is blaming landing gear failure for a Sept. 8 accident in which an Airbus A330-300 skidded off the runway on landing. Thirteen of the aircraft’s 288 passengers suffered minor injuries during the emergency night evacuation at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport after a flight from Guangzhou, China, says Thai Airways President Sorajak Kasemsuvan. There also was a cabin crew of 14 aboard. “After touchdown at Suvarnabhumi airport, the landing gear malfunctioned and caused the ...

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