Airbus A330-743L “Beluga XL” (registered F-GXLN) operated a cargo flight between Saint Nazaire and Albert Picardie, France. Just after landing at Albert Picardie Airport, the aircraft missed a U-turn at the end of the runway and ended up on the soft ground.
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Airbus Transport International Airbus A330-700 Beluga (Beluga 5 XL), registration F-GXLN performing flight BG-127N from Montoir to Albert (France), landed on runway 27 at 12:43L (11:43Z), rolled to the end, turned into the turn pad to start the 180 degrees turn for backtracking, and completed about 135 degrees of the turn but then became disabled with the nose gear off the paved surface in the grass.
At very low speed and without injured,” an Airbus Beluga spokesperson confirmed. Meanwhile, an operation to recover the aircraft was said.
“Everything will be done to ensure that the impact on the production activities at Airbus is mitigated,” the spokesperson continued.
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This aircraft is a more current Beluga Aircraft model. This plane is operated especially for assembling aircraft parts and components.
Visit several European nations to collect the goods, then deliver them to Airbus plants in Hamburg and other assembly places.
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