Flybe DHC-8 from Edinburgh crash landing at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport when the right landing gear collapses on touchdown.
A Flybe DHC-8 aircraft crash-landed Thursday February 23, 2017 at Schiphol Airport when the right landing gear collapsed on touchdown. The passenger plane was flying from Edinburgh to Amsterdam. has been evacuated after crash-landing at a Dutch airport.
Flybe incident update: pic.twitter.com/LIjrWZppdy
— Flybe ✈ (@flybe) February 23, 2017
A passenger captured video while looking out the window of the Flybe plane as its propellers buzzed the the runway surface just after touchdown.
Another video posted on YouTube showed the plane’s landing gear collapsing and the aircraft tilting to the right during touchdown on the runway.
Flight BE1284 had left Edinburgh at 2.10 pm local time.
No passengers were injured, and all passengers were transported by bus to the terminal.
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— David Fleming Jnr (@OfficialDavid7) February 23, 2017
— The Independent (@Independent) February 23, 2017
Video shows Flybe plane crash-landing at Schiphol airport https://t.co/AukN6JVOk0
— Sky News (@SkyNews) February 23, 2017