“It’s dizzying just to look at”…From Incheon take-off to Taiwan landing with the front wheel missing

An incident occurred when a Singaporean low-cost plane토토사이트, which was scheduled to depart from Incheon International Airport and headed for Singapore, landed at Taiwan Airport, a stopover, with a front wheel missing. Taiwanese media such as Free Times reported that the above situation was discovered after a Scoot Boeing 787-9 (flight TR897

) from Incheon International Airport in Korea to Singapore landed at Taoyuan Airport in northern Taiwan at 0:02 am the previous day. Taiwan’s National Transport Safety Investigation Board ( TTSB ) reported that the Incheon Airport management department found and reported debris that appeared to be tire skins on the runway after the flight took off. It was found that the left tire, which should be on the front landing gear (landing gear) of the aircraft that had landed at Taoyuan Airport, disappeared and only the right tire remained. Scoot canceled the departure to Singapore, which was originally scheduled at 1:30 a.m. the previous day, and resumed operations by putting in an alternative flight only at 8:45 p.m., more than 19 hours later. According to Taiwanese media, a total of 361 passengers on the plane were disrupted by the incident. Passengers residing in Taiwan returned home, but other passengers were said to have dispersed to seven hotels and waited for alternative flights. Scoot Air apologized to passengers and said it was preparing refunds and compensation measures and was waiting for an investigation by the relevant department. Scoot is a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines.

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