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Aircraft tires "blow out" on landing at Anegada airport

Two tires for a small aircraft belonging to Fly BVI reportedly blew out during landing at the Auguste George Airport in Anegada on December 21, 2012. The Cessna 402B aircraft with registration number N8091, rolled to a stop without much trouble after the tire troubles, sources said. Photo:
THE SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI- It might have been a slightly tense moment at the Auguste George Airport in Anegada yesterday, December 21, 2012 when two tires for a small aircraft reportedly blew out during landing.

According to our sources at the Auguste George Airport, the aircraft was in motion after landing on its return from Virgin Gorda when the tires blew out.

The incident reportedly occurred around 4:30 P.M.

Sources further said the aircraft, a Cessna 402B with registration number N8091, rolled to a stop without much trouble after the tire issues.

The pilot was reportedly the lone person in the aircraft, which was returning to Anegada to pick up passengers on the sister island.

Operations Manager of Fly BVI, Jeffrey Brown, told Virgin Islands News Online that the aircraft was on the ground when the tires went "flat". He added that no one was injured.

It was only on December 6, 2012 when a local airline was forced to crash land one of its aircraft at the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport due to difficulties experienced with its landing gear.

According to information received, the aircraft was a small cessna aeroplane belonging to VI Airlink and one of its three landing gears failed during an attempt to land.

Two persons, including the pilot, were reportedly aboard the aircraft at the time of landing.

12 Responses to “Aircraft tires "blow out" on landing at Anegada airport”

  • JACK BE STILL (22/12/2012, 10:07) Like (1) Dislike (2) Reply
    Here we go again. It was not me. It was the tires....
  • polo (22/12/2012, 11:15) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Lawd ah mussy when it aint car tis boat and plane this year waz ruff mehson
    • with (22/12/2012, 15:16) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      me hope they were not dropping off tacos and picking up patties. It's international trade!

  • mak man (22/12/2012, 15:14) Like (0) Dislike (2) Reply
    Has investigators figured out the mystery of the plane tires blow out yet?

  • bat man (22/12/2012, 15:35) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    I was kinda hoping this flight was about the Hondurans coming to get their iguanas

  • steel man (22/12/2012, 15:41) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is what you call a HOT MESS!
    • talk girl talk (23/12/2012, 16:35) Like (0) Dislike (3) Reply
      Other media houses should take notes! This is why VINO has you beat, they on top of real news and ain't afraid to tell the story properly and frankly.

  • Joc (22/12/2012, 16:10) Like (0) Dislike (5) Reply
    This Anegada airport thing is a death trap!!
  • Breezin (23/12/2012, 05:21) Like (5) Dislike (21) Reply
    Lord have mercy. The aircraft just simply get a flat. Airplanes get flat all the time. Just like cars and wheel barrows get flat all the time. Why the hell do we have to make a news item out of this??? Come on VINO... stop it.
    • @ Breezin (23/12/2012, 11:41) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
      i for one think this is relevant news as people could have been on the it many be a dam flat tire tomorrow it could be your mommy "breezin"!!...go vino
    • style (23/12/2012, 16:32) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
      Breezin, GO TO HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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