Lufthansa A321 near Moscow on Jan 15th 2017, cracked windshield
Aeroflot flight SU1008 suffered a runway excursion and nose landing gear collapse after landing at Kaliningrad-Khrabrovo Airport (KGD) in Russia. The aircraft, an Airbus A321, departed Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport at 19:18 UTC on a domestic service to Kaliningrad. The flight landed on runway 24, a 2400 m long runway, but was not able to stop on the runway. It overran by 15-20 meters, coming to rest in the snow with a collapsed nose landing gear. The airport operator stated that the runway was cleaned eight minutes before landing of SU1008. Runway friction coefficient after cleaning was 0.32. Forty minutes after landing, the runway friction coefficient was measured at 0.34.
METAR Weather report: 20:30 UTC / local time: UMKK 032030Z 18007MPS 150V210 1400 1300S R24/P2000N SHSNRA SCT004 BKN014CB 00/00 Q0992 R24/59//37 NOSIG RMK QBB120 OBST OBSC QFE743/0991 21:00 UTC / local time: UMKK 032100Z 18007MPS 1700 0200NE R24/0600 +SHSNRA BKN003 BKN014CB 00/00 Q0991 R24/59//32 NOSIG RMK QBB110 OBST OBSC QFE742/0990 21:30 UTC / local time: UMKK 032130Z 19008MPS 160V220 2300 -SHSNRA BKN004 BKN014CB 00/00 Q0989 R24/59//32 NOSIG RMK QBB120 OBST OBSC QFE741/0988 22:00 UTC / local time: UMKK 032200Z 21008MPS 090V240 3100 -SHSNRA BKN006 BKN015CB 01/01 Q0988 R24/59//32 NOSIG RMK QBB180 OBST OBSC QFE740/0987