On May 11, an Antonov AN-124-100M overran the runway upon landing at Sao Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport in Brazil.
Antonov explained that the nose landing gear rolled out from the paved surface of the runway by approximately 6 m. The main landing gear remained on the runway.
There were no injuries to the crew on board. No damage was recorded to the cargo (99 tonnes personal protective equipment), runway, or the aircraft, Antonov said.
Preliminary findings suggest the incident was caused by changeable weather conditions, the aircraft entering heavy fog on the second half of the runway. The aircraft has since been cleared to fly following all relevant inspections and safety checks.