2017-03-28 Peruvian AL Boeing 737-300 landing accident at Jauja

2017-03-28 Peruvian AL Boeing 737-300 landing accident at Jauja

2017-03-28 Peruvian AL Boeing 737-300 landing accident at Jauja


On landing the 737 suffered an undercarriage collapse resulting in a runway excursion and ensuing fire.  All on board evacuated safely.

UPDATE 2017-03-30

In daylight and good visibility, Peruvian Airlines flight P9 112 was landing runway 31 at Jauja’s Francisco Carle Airport. Reportedly, the touchdown was pretty hard resulting in a bounced landing.  On the 2nd touchdown the right maingear collapsed causing the right wing and engine to drag on the ground. The pilots were unable to maintain directional control and the aircraft veered to the right where it ran across soft ground and into a drainage ditch.

The right wing/engine assembly was damaged resulting in a ruptured fuel line. Leaking fuel caught fire leaving a burning trail behind the 737 until it came to a stop after about 2 / 3 of the runway.

The only runway at Jauja Airport is 2814 x 45 meters (9233 x 148 ft.) in lengh.

An emergency evacuation was carried out immediately. According to local press reports, there were no injuries among passengers and crewmembers whereas other sources claim there were 29 injured persons. All were non-life threatening.

Despite the involvement of fire trucks the fire spread and eventually destroyed the entire aircraft.

The Peruvian Accident Investigation Commission is going to launch an investigation.

Initial Press Statement of Peruvian Airlines: [LINK]

Jauja Airport’s Elevation is 11,034 feet/3363 meters MSL, the airport offers runway 13/31 of 2810 meters/9220 feet length.

METAR: Jauja Airport (SPJJ):

28/03/2017 18:24->
METAR SPJJ 281124Z 00000KT 9999 SCT030 OVC050 09/08 Q1029=




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Aircraft Involved

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Type: Boeing 737-300
Registration: OB-2036-P
Age a/c: 25.9 years
Constr. No.: 25071

Occupants & Casualties

Crew Pax Other Total
Occupants 0
Fatalities 0 0 0 0
Injuries  0 0 0 0


Date: 2017-03-28 Time: 16:28
Location: SPJJ JAU Jauja
Country: Peru
Flight phase: LDG – Flare, Landing Roll, Aborted Landing after Touchdown
Damage to a/c: hull loss

Flight no.: P9 112
From: SPJC/LIM: Lima-Callao Intl Airport To: SPJJ/JAU: Jauja
Type: Passenger
Operator: Peruvian Airlines

JACDEC 25-year Statistics :

  • 5th safety occurence for the operator (2nd hull loss)
  • 213th safety occurence of type (B733)
  • 1st safety occurence at Jauja Airport
  • 1st safety occurence for aircraft in question

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