On June 17, 2021, the Russian air carrier Pegas Fly Boeing 767-300ER aircraft slid off the runway after landing at Simferopol International Airport (SIP), Crimea.
The Pegas Fly Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, registered as VP-BMP, performing flight EO123 from Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO), Russia, to Simferopol International Airport (SIP), Crimea, with 284 people onboard, including the crew, slid off runway 19 after landing. The nose and aircraft’s right main gear ended on soft ground. The left main gear remained on the pavement.
Ikar Pegasfly Boeing 767-300 (VP-BMC, built 1999) ran off the right side of runway 19 while landing Simferopol Airport (UKFF), Crimea coming to land on flight #EO123 from Moscow-SVO with 284 onboard. The nose and right maingear ended on soft ground. @ntvruhttps://t.co/neETm1xwaG pic.twitter.com/sZdP2cd2qo— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) June 17, 2021
No injuries among the crew and passengers were reported. However, 11 flights were delayed to arrive at the SIN airport due to the Boeing 767 runway excursion, according to the Crimean local media report.