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Published on Jun 22, 2012
Glenn Pew (http://www.glennpew.com/) for AVweb.com. An All Nippon Airways Boeing 767-300 carrying 193 passengers was damaged during a hard landing at Tokyo Narita airport, June 20th, 2012. The ANA jet touched down on runway One Six-right. Airport weather reports show winds at 230 and 16 knots gusting to 29, at that time, suggesting a potential crosswind component of more than 27 knots. However that may have affected the pilots and aircraft, security camera footage shows the airliner came down first on the right main, then on the nosewheel alone, before porpoising into a second impact that appears to impart visible flex on the airliner's forward fuselage. No injuries were reported, but an early post-flight inspection clearly showed buckling and creases in the fuselage skin forward of the wing root. Japan's transportation safety board is investigating. Video after the jump.