(Photo d’illustration) An airplane belonging to the Polish company Lot landed at Warsaw Airport, which was temporarily closed. – STEPHEN BRASHEAR / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / AFP
A landing of the most dangerous. A plane Polish national carrier Lot made an emergency landing on Wednesday evening at Warsaw Okecie International Airport without killing any of the 59 passengers on the flight from Krakow (south).
#Poland LOT flight LO3924 landed without front landing gear in Warsaw airport https://t.co/0FH1q3hTJ4 pic.twitter.com/2wdeJ1XFxm via @g_larotwicki – Liveuamap (@Liveuamap) January 10, 2018
According to preliminary information and television footage, the front end of the landing gear folded as the Bombardier Dash Q400 landed on the runway, with the aircraft ending up on its belly.
“Okecie airport has been closed for at least four hours. This means that no plane can land or take off, “said airport spokesman Hubert Wojciechowski.
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