Lion Air 737 Lands Short Of Runway In Bali, Splashes Into Sea

A brand new Lion Air Boeing 737-800, registration  PK-LKS, operating flight 904 from Bandung, Indonesia to Bali, landed short the of the runway at Bali and came to rest in the sea early Saturday morning. Upon impact with the sea, the fuselage appears to have broken into two pieces, just behind the midsection of the aircraft. Reuters reports that there were 101 passengers and seven crew on board, and that all survived.

Initial reports indicated that the aircraft landed and subsequently overran the runway, but has since been corrected, with the aircraft splashing into the sea short of runway 09.

The ends of Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport are bordered by the sea, with only approximately 550 feet separating each end of the runway from the sea, as well as the lack of any EMAS (engineered materials arrestor system). This airport leaves little room for error.
Lion Air is a low-cost carrier based out of Jakarta, Indonesia, with a large fleet of 92 various aircraft Boeing, with several orders pending with Airbus. This particular aircraft had its first flight on February 5th of this year.
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