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Published by ASDS MEDIA   |   January 14, 2018

Pegasus B 737-800 Trabzon's accident

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A Turkish Pegasus Boeing 737-800 performing flight from Ankara to Trabzon with 162 passengers and 6 crew, landed on Trabzon's runway but veered left off the runway, went down a slope and came to a stop on soft ground just short of the sea. The aircraft was evacuated. There were no injuries.

Tags : AERONAUTICS | ACCIDENT | BOEING 737-800 | PEGASUS | TRABZON

Location : Trabzon, Turkey

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