An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 inadvertently landed at the wrong airport terminal in Zambia. One more Ethiopian 737 additionally did practically the exact same on Sunday, April 4.
The initial Boeing 737-800, with registration ET-AYL, was set up to land at Ndola Airport as flight #ET 3891 from Bole International Flight terminal as a freight trip.
Nevertheless, the airplane lined up for landing at Ndola’s brand-new under-construction Copperbelt Airport, situated around 10nm west-northwest of the existing airport terminal. The airplane safely landed as well as soon took off for the proper airport terminal.
The pilots might have lined up for touchdown at the brand-new airport terminal as the brand-new airport has the same runway orientation. There may be concerns with the navigating software or the ATC.
Video clip shared on YouTube reveals stunned construction workers taking a look at the 737 taxiing cab across the under-construction flight terminal.
One More Ethiopian Boeing 737-800, with enrolment ET-AQP, operating flight ET871, likewise almost made the very same mistake on the exact same day, as reported by One Mile At A Time.
According to a pilot from social media sites, remarks claimed that this aircraft carried out a go-around at about 50 feet. He said:
” I existed in the hold number 2 to ET871 today, as well as they additionally did a go-around at concerning 50ft at the brand-new runway; we tried to alert them that they were approaching the wrong runway yet could not obtain a call; in.”