• Boeing B727 Wing Scrape During a Rejected Landing

  • A Boeing 727-200 freighter was scheduled a night cargo flight. On arrival the flight crew conducted two unsuccessful approaches in darkness and poor weather conditions before landing on the third approach. A post-flight inspection of the aircraft found visible damage on the left wing. The tip of the left outboard leading edge flap and the outboard trailing edge flap ?canoe? were abraded. The damage was consistent with a slight contact with the runway.
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