An Omni Air Boeing 767-300, registration N477AX performing flight OY-346 from Bangor,ME (USA) to Shannon (Ireland), landed on Shannon’s runway 24 at 19:56L (19:56Z) but bounced and touched down hard a second time, tower had reported winds from 270 degrees at 20 knots maximum 35 knots and advised of turbulence at the touch down zone. The aircraft rolled out without further incident and taxied to the apron. While taxiing to the apron, tower inquired whether they had any turbulence over the touchdown zone, which the crew affirmed. There were no injuries, the aircraft sustained substantial damage however.
A post flight inspection revealed creases all around the forward fuselage.
Ireland’s Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) dispatched investigators on site.
The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Shannon 49 hours after arrival.
On Mar 10th 2020 The Aviation Herald received three more photos and information that a Boeing response team is about to get the repair of the aircraft organised.
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The fuselage damage from other perspectives: