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via Lee Ferrara, Airnation.net

A Delta Airlines MD-90 suffered wing damage yesterday when one of its tires blew on landing at Reagan National Airport. The extent of the damage is not known.

Full story: here.

The Federal Aviation Administration’s Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (ASIAS) page states:

DELTA AIRLINES FLIGHT 1664 MCDONNELL DOUGLAS MD 90 AIRCRAFT ON LANDING LEFT MAIN TIRE FAILED AND WING SUSTAINED UNKNOWN DAMAGE, TAXIED TO RAMP WITHOUT INCIDENT, REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT, DC.

The FAA’s Preliminary Accident and Incident reports can be found, here.

Additional information via The Aviation Herald, here.

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