A Bombardier from airline Flybe has collapsed while landing at Schiphol airport on Tuesday.


A Bombardier Q400 from Flybe that departed from Edinburgh suffered from a landing gear collapse upon landing at Schiphol Airport. The aircraft landed at runway 22, which was the only runway in operations due to stormy weather.

Schiphol reports that all 59 passengers were transported to the terminal by busses and no one was injured in the incident.

Whether the incident was caused by the weather conditions is unknown, but at the time of the accident the Dutch weather institute had issues a weather alarm related to winds gusting up to 120 km/h.

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