A rear tyre on the right undercarriage of Thai Airways International flight TG 130 burst shortly after the plane touched down on the runway at Mae Fa Luang airport in Chiang Rai province on Tuesday. No injuries were reported.
The incident occured about 9.29am, reports said.
According to the reports, the THAI Airbus A300-600 landed safely and was on the taxiway to the airport terminal when the tyre burst, making a loud noise.
The captain guided the aircraft to a parking bay without further incident and all passengers were safely disembarked.
THAI staff were elookking into the cause of the incident, and the tyre was replaced.
Spring News reported that the THAI board chairman said the tyre did not burst, but only "deflated" after landing.
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