Asiana plane crash lands at Japan’s Hiroshima Airport, injuring 27 people
Asiana Airlines flight OZ162, an Airbus A320-232, from Incheon, South Korea, suffered substantial damage to the left wing, the No.1 engine and the underside of the tail sectipn in a landing accident at Hiroshima Airport, Japan.
The flight was cleared for a runway 28 RNAV (GNSS) approach. On final approach the aircraft impacted the ILS-LOC antenna array, which is located 325 m before the runway 28 threshold. After touching down on the runway, the aircraft veered to the left (south),
and departed the paved surface of the runway. It ran onto a field and came to rest facing east.
All persons onboard were evacuated using the emergency slides and 27 persons suffered minor injuries. The runway was closed.