On 18 October, an Angara Airlines Antonov An-148 (RA-61713) operated domestic flight 2G711 between Irkutsk and Mirny, Yakutia (Russia). During landing at the airport of Mirny, the aircraft’s nose gear came to rest on soft ground about two meters beyond the end of the paved overrun area.
All 66 passengers and crew members safely left the aircraft. The aircraft resumed operations on 19 October.
— Aviation Safety Net (@AviationSafety) October 18, 2019
Angara Airlines An-148 (RA-61713) on flight #IK711 from Irkutsk, ran off the end of runway 25 at Mirny Airport (UERR), Yakutia, Russia. The nosegear came to rest on soft ground about 2m beyond the end of the paved overrun area. All 66 onboard were safe.https://t.co/rQ612yoKtD pic.twitter.com/XOiWsaC0WC
— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) October 18, 2019