Latam airport was heavily damaged after being forced to close the Tankredo Neves airport after landing in Belo Horizonte, southern Brazil early Thursday.
The LA8084 flight is covered by the Sao Paulo-London route Belo Horizonte had an accident and fell into an emergency, at 00:43 (Chile at 00.43) local time at about 1. 43 at 21:30, delaying more than 30 flights and limiting the airport's activity.
The accident occurred an hour after the aircraft was thrown at the Guarulos airport in Sao Paulo, so the boat's fuel tank was almost completely loaded, as a result The tires will curl up when a safety system is active during descent.
The security system pulled out eight out of 14 Tire Boeing 777s, After touching the ground, the airport officials began covering the area where the machine was carved.
LATAM Airlines has made a landing at the Confuenza International Airport (Brazil), Boeing 777-32WER, Brazil. This has caused more damage to the tire. He was disabled at the 13th race that caused the aircraft to close. https://t.co/mE3hX1LCea pic.twitter.com/ihyGFnl2Bs
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A Hercules Airplane from the Brazilian Air Force had to help the ambulance crews at the airport.
According to passengers interviewed by the Brazilian press, the pilots informed the airline that Belo Horizonte had an emergency landing due to electricity shortages.
Latam said that the passengers were not injured or injured by the incident, and that they cooperated with the authorities to identify the causes of emergencies.
Instead, starting from 2080, alternative routes to the airport or airport are separated. Ao pousar, os pneus form danificados e serão troccados, to ensure that the aircraft is removed from the runway, such as 19 hours. Sais, https://t.co/Sf38SuPeRa.
– LATAMA Brazil (@LATAM_BRA) December 20, 2018
Or, from LATAM (PT-MUG), Boeing 777-300ER, LA8084 (GRU-LHR) efetuou pouso de emergência em. It is intended for use at the aircraft airport. Or pouso ocorreu sem feridos, graças ao grande trabalho. Pictures through social networks. pic.twitter.com/z4toiqcDJS
– Website AeroEntusiasta (@AeroEntusiasta) December 20, 2018