I've got a Turkish friend, he helped translate some of the ATC.>LTFJ-Feb-05-2020-1500Z (from the liveatc.net archives)>times are from the recording, which has shitty audio quality>the flight seems to be referred to as 2196, which is weird, because that's the return flight...
16:10: (shitty English accent) **** 2196, runway 06, cleared to land
18:49: No sir, approximately two stops in the runway **** please stand by, for now we are cutting the operation for ten minutes because there is some inconsistency with the wind during the approach *** traffic is a little too much, please stand by.>the crash happens at about 19:30
20:12: Sir, continue, continue.
20:16: Sir, two stops on their own.
20:30: Something is stuck.
20:45: Traffic...following our landing on 06, descended over the runway present in 2445...currently we can't see the traffic *** upon entering the runway ***
21:00: Understood, uh, currently following the runway, right now you aren't able to see it, we are continuing to proceed quickly *** direction
21:12: Understood, as the whole crew we are urgently approaching to the pit
21:24: Are the ambulances going too?
21:27: Affirmative, the ambulances are approaching as well.
21:33: (woman) 7-48-7 is approaching, are there statements being given?
21:43: 48-7, hold. (I believe 48-7 is referring to Pegasus 427, a flight that was scheduled to land there soon)
22:55: From the position we are currently in, we don't have the chance to interfere with the plane. We are entering the freeway through gate A, affirmative.
23:02: Understood, can you see any fire, or explosion or something?
23:09: Currently no fire or smoke is visible on the plane, but the plane has been fragmented.
23:14: Understood, urgently all crews help.
23:18: Understood, currently exiting gate A.
The plane touched down two-thirds down the runway instead of going around and skidded off the runway at 70 knots. Winds at the time were 27kts, gusts 37kts, at 290, landed runway 06.
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