LATAM Perú Flight 2213

aviation accident that occurred on November 18, 2022 in Peru

LATAM Perú Flight 2213 was a scheduled domestic passenger flight from Lima to Juliaca in Peru. On 18 November 2022 the Airbus A320neo operating the flight collided with an airport fire engine on take off, killing two of the three occupants in the vehicle. All 102 passengers and crew survived the accident, although 40 people were injured, two seriously.

LATAM Perú Flight 2213
Lima Peru Chile Latam Airlines CC-BHB A320 Airbus (cropped).jpg
CC-BHB, the aircraft involved, photographed in December 2018
Accident
Date18 November 2022 (2022-11-18)
SummaryRunway incursion, under investigation
SiteJorge Chávez International Airport, Lima, Peru
12°01′19″S 77°06′52″W / 12.02194°S 77.11444°W / -12.02194; -77.11444Coordinates: 12°01′19″S 77°06′52″W / 12.02194°S 77.11444°W / -12.02194; -77.11444
Total fatalities2
Total injuries41
Aircraft
Aircraft typeAirbus A320-271N
OperatorLATAM Perú on behalf of LATAM Chile
IATA flight No.LP2213
ICAO flight No.LPE2213
Call signLAN PERÚ 2213
RegistrationCC-BHB[1]
Flight originJorge Chávez International Airport, Lima, Peru
DestinationInca Manco Cápac International Airport, Juliaca, Peru
Passengers102
Crew6
Fatalities0
Injuries40
Survivors108
Ground casualties
Ground fatalities2
Ground injuries1

The aircraft was damaged beyond repair and written off from the accident.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Breaking News: LATAM Airlines Airbus A320neo Collides With Truck In Lima". Simple Flying. 2022-11-18. Retrieved 2022-11-19.
  2. "Lima airport: Two firefighters dead as plane crashes during take-off". BBC News. 2022-11-19. Retrieved 2022-11-19.