Boeing 737-33A, G-CELD, 21 February 2009

Boeing 737-33A, G-CELD

Summary:

While landing on Runway 32 at Leeds Bradford Airport, G-CELD encountered windshear at about 30 ft agl and became unstable in the flare. As a result, and unbeknown to the crew at the time, the right engine nacelle contacted the runway. Further inspection revealed a 15 m scrape mark on the threshold of Runway 32 with associated paint matching G-CELD’s engine cowling.

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