On June 15, 2006, at approximately 0503 UTC, a Boeing 737-300, registration OO-TND, operated by TNT air as a scheduled cargo flight, undershot the runway at East Midlands, UK airport, separating the right main gear. The flight was diverting to East Midlands due to low weather at the original destination of Standstead, UK. Weather at East Midlands was also reported poor, and the crew was executing a CAT III approach. Following the unintended ground contact, the crew performed a go-around and diverted to Birningham, UK, where the airplane made an emergency landing with no further serious incident. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
This accident is being investigated by the UK AAIB.