On July 18, a Jubba Airways Fokker 50 flipped over when landing at Mogadishu Aden Abdulle International Airport, in Somalia.
And this week security camera footage was published, showing the awkward landing that led to the plane’s capsizing. You can check it out in the video below:
CCTV footage shows the moment Jubba Airways crashed and flipped over on landing at the airport in Somalia's capital last week. There were no fatalities among the 36 people on board. #Somalia pic.twitter.com/zSlrDiat0U
— DalsanTV (@DalsanTv) July 26, 2022
As we can see from the photos, the plane left the runway and was “upside down”, where the wings were broken, starting a localized fire, which was controlled by firefighters on the spot.
The Jubba Airways plane was flying from Baidoa to Mogadishu (Somalia) with 36 people on board. The company confirmed the accident, and said all survived and were rescued.
An investigation has been opened, and a preliminary report will be published in due course.