According to the Avherald, An Antonov Airlines Antonov AN-124, registration UR-82007 and performing flight ADB-3829 from Paramaribo (Suriname) to Sao Paulo Guarulhos (Brazil) with 60 tons of personal protective equipment to combat Corona for Brazil's Ministry of Health, landed on Sao Paulo's runway 09L at 04:49L (07:49Z) where it overran the end of the runway and came to a stop with the nose gear on soft ground.

There were no injuries and the aircraft did not seem to sustain any damage. The crew requested a push back to return them to the runway.

The airport reported that the aircraft came to a stop about 200 meters/660 feet past the end of the runway. The An-124 was following an ILS approach, tower had reported 1200 meters RVR.

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The runway was closed for about 2 hours until the aircraft could be moved back onto the paved surface and off the runway.

The aircraft had flown from Dallas Ft. Worth,TX (USA) to San Juan (Puerto Rico) and to Paramaribo (Suriname) the day before under the same flight number.

Source: Avherald. Cover Photo via JACDEC/Twitter