Siberian S7 Airlines B737-800 overran runway on takeoff 05th Aug 2019

An S7 Airlines Boeing 737-800, registration VQ-BKV performing flight S7-263 from Moscow Domodedovo (Russia) to Simferopol (Ukraine), departed Domodedovo's runway 32L but overran the end of the runway before the aircraft became airborne. The aircraft continued the flight for a landing on Simferopol's runway 19 without further incident about 2:10 hours after departure.

A later runway inspection found glass debris at the runway end and detected five damaged runway end lights. A review showed 5 aircraft had taken off between the previous and current runway inspection, amongst them VQ-BKV. An inspection of the aircraft after landing in Simferopol showed three tyres had been damaged, the landing gear had glass embedded.

The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground for about 19 hours, then departed for the return flight S7-264.

One Russian Aviation Source reported the crew computed takeoff performance using a takeoff weight 15 tons below the real weight.

Another Russian Aviation Source claimed the crew inadvertently entered Zero Fuel Weight instead of Takeoff Weight.

The status of Crimea and Simferopol is disputed. According to international law and United Nations the Crimea belong to the Ukraine although Russia annexed Crimea in 2014.;opt=0


By: Foose (1372.70)

Tags: Aviation, crash, aeroplane, pilot, Boeing, Airbus, B737, wtf

Location: Moscow, Russia