ASL Airlines Hungary Flight 7332
The accident aircraft in November 2015
|Date||5 August 2016|
|Summary||Runway excursion due to pilot error|
|Site||Bergamo Airport, Bergamo, Italy |
|Aircraft type||Boeing 737-476SF|
|Operator||ASL Airlines Hungary (DHL livery)|
|IATA flight No.||QY7332|
|ICAO flight No.||BCS7332|
|Call sign||EUROTRANS 7332|
|Flight origin||Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, France|
|Destination||Orio al Serio International Airport, Bergamo, Italy|
ASL Airlines Hungary Flight 7332 was a cargo flight operating for DHL from Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport, France, to Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport, Italy. On 5 August 2016, the aircraft overran the runway while landing at Bergamo in poor weather and came to rest on a nearby road. The airport was closed for almost three hours after the crash, and flights were rescheduled or rerouted to Malpensa Airport. The two-person crew was not injured.
The plane landed approximately 2000m into the 2900m runway 28, and did not stop until more than 500m beyond the end of the runway. It broke through the airport perimeter fence and rolled onto an active four-lane highway, with some vehicles narrowly escaping a collision[not in citation given] and others in the adjacent parking lot being destroyed in the process. The aircraft left a long trail of destruction as it rolled off from the runway.
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- Aeroporto Orio al Serio, B737-400 marche HA-FAX