The Airbus Beluga XL, registration F-GXLN, flew from Montoir to Albert in France on Friday (18 November). The landing went smoothly. But when the giant transporter wanted to turn at the end of the runway to leave the runway, a mishap happened.
The undercarriage of the 63 meter long special transporter came off the runway and got stuck in the mud. Nothing happened to anyone. But the plane is still stuck there.
As a result, no other aircraft can currently take off or land at Aéroport Albert-Picardie, which is home to aerostructure manufacturer Stelia Aerospace.
This article was written by Laura Frommberg
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The original of this article “Airbus Beluga XL has been stuck in the mud for two days” comes from aeroTelegraph.