An Indonesian Trigana Air B737-400 suffered a runway excursion upon landing at Jakarta Halim Perdanakusuma Airport in Indonesia.

According to the Avherald, on 20th March a Trigana Air Boeing 737-400, registration PK-YSF and performing cargo flight from Jakarta Halim to Makassar (Indonesia) with 4 crew, was climbing out of Halim's runway 24 at 10:53 local time when the crew stopped the climb at about 3000 feet; this was due to problems with the right-hand main gear.

The crew subsequently returned to Halim airport for a landing on runway 24 at about 11:28. Following touchdown the aircraft veered right off the runway and came to a stop with all their landing gear collapsed.

There were no injuries, however the aircraft has sustained substantial damage.

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