On 29 March, a privately owned IAI1124A Westwind (RP-C5880) operated a chartered flight. During take-off at Manila airport, however, the aircraft overshot the runway. The eight passengers and crew members on board the aircraft have been confirmed dead.
#developing RP-C5880, an aircraft chartered by Philippine Department of Health, crash-landed/overshot the runway at MNL (NAIA). Reports say its carrying medical supplies. #COVID19 #SARS_COV_2 pic.twitter.com/peqgwiBJFl
— MikeGo (@MikeGo6671) March 29, 2020
WATCH: An aircraft reportedly carrying medical supplies caught on fire while it was about to take off at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) around 8 p.m. According to BFP, fire was already out at 9:02 p.m. @inquirerdotnet (Sourced video) pic.twitter.com/8w38t1qVTi
— Dexter Cabalza (@dexcabalzaINQ) March 29, 2020
WATCH: Isang aircraft, bumagsak sa Runway 24 ng Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
📹 Japs de Leon pic.twitter.com/5nXXJ5Ui2z
— DZBB Super Radyo (@dzbb) March 29, 2020