Dornier 328 overruns runway in Mannheim/Germany

Yesterday evening, 19 March 17:45, a Cirrus Airlines Dornier 328 overran the runway at Mannheim Airport (Germany).

The Dornier 328-110 / D-CTOB (cn 3107), flight C9 from Berlin-Tempelhof to Mannheim arrived on schedule at 17:45. After landing the a/c overran the end of runway 27, turned to the left and crashed into a noise protection wall.
The left landing gear collapsed and the aircraft sustained damage to its left wing and left propeller engine.

Nobody of the 24 passengers and 3 crew was injured.

Cirrus Airlines Dornier 328
Photo Credit: AP

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Source: Cirrus Airlines
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1 Response to “Dornier 328 overruns runway in Mannheim/Germany”


  1. 1 Jim Mar 29th, 2008 at 1:31 am

    Sounds like that old stuck reverse power lever problem again…