On 12 September, an Egyptair Boeing 737 (SU-GCO) was operating flight MS3100 from Cairo to Belgrade. At 04:10 (UTC +2) the aircraft landed on runway 30 at Belgrade Airport but suffered multiple tire blow-outs. The aircraft was unable to leave the runway resulting in the temporary closure of the airport. More than ten flights bound for Belgrade were forced to divert to other airports.
EgyptAir Boeing 737-800 (SU-GCO) operating on flight #MS3100 from Cairo suffered multiple tire blow-outs on landing runway 30 at Belgrade Airport (BEG, LROP). The aircraft was unable to leave the runway resulting in the temp. closure of the airport. https://t.co/T1MC9ebGUM pic.twitter.com/rBZxZF3htX
— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) September 12, 2018
EgyptAir flight #MS3100 landed in Belgrade at 02:10 UTC (04:10 local time) and has been stuck on the runway since that. More than 10 Belgrade bound flights have been forced to divert to other airports.https://t.co/MnDLabTwOS pic.twitter.com/MehSeAGjBM
— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) September 12, 2018