Japan F15 take off front wheels 40 flights cancelled

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Japan News Network reported, 1:20 P.M. local time on January 30, Japan Air self defense force an F15 fighter jet taking off from Naha airport in Okinawa, aircraft tires fell off. Although fighter did not overturn, but airport closed for 2 hours, 40 flights had to be cancelled.

Japan F15 take off front wheels 40 flights cancelled

Japan News Network reported, 1:20 P.M. local time on January 30, Japan Air self defense force an F15 fighter jet taking off from Naha airport in Okinawa, aircraft tires fell off. Although fighter did not overturn, but airport closed for 2 hours, 40 flights had to be cancelled.

Japan F15 take off front wheels 40 flights cancelled

Naha airport is Japan dual-use airport. Land, infrastructure and transport firm said from Naha airport, air self-defense forces Naha base is a member of an F15 fighter jet during takeoff when the tires fall off, led fighters stay in the runway cannot move at all.

Japan F15 take off front wheels 40 flights cancelled

Information: due to aging and out frequently, Japan F-15 fleet failures have occurred frequently in recent years, this is 2009 a wheel could not be put down to a belly landing F-15J

Japan F15 take off front wheels 40 flights cancelled

This accident was forced to cancel 40 flights taking off from Naha airport, more than more than 20 flights flying to Naha airport down another airport. Japan Airlines took off from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport flight 909 change for reducing American troops stationed in Okinawa, the futenma base. Information: 2009 a wheel could not be put in a belly landing F-15J. Japan Road near Fukuoka City subway station discovered

Japan F15 take off front wheels 40 flights cancelled

Information: this is the 2011 F-15 auxiliary tank to fall off in flight.

Japan F15 take off front wheels 40 flights cancelled

Information: other F-15J parts to fall off the tail.

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