American Airlines flight AA4194, an Eagle flight operated by American’s wholly-owned Envoy subsidiary, veered off the runway after landing on runway 6 in Freeport, Bahamas. The Embraer ERJ-145, registration N674RJ, originated in Miami. No one was hurt. There are reports of a collapsed gear.
American Airlines flight AA4194 from Miami, FL to Freeport, Bahamas suffered a runway excursion upon landing. 25 passengers were on the aircraft. Everyone is alive and well. Thank God. pic.twitter.com/omTdrod1Bm
— James Julmis (@julmisjames) October 24, 2020
The Aircraft Accident Investigation Authority (AAIA) is presently investigating an accident incolving American Airlines Flight 4194 (Miami to Freeport) that occured this morning.
Twenty-eight people were on board.
There were no reported injuries.
: AAIA pic.twitter.com/hTvoKemZEG
— Jasper Williams-Ward (@jasperward94) October 24, 2020
The Aircraft Accident Investigation Authority is presently investigating an accident involving American Airlines Flight 4194 (Miami-Freeport) that occured this morning. Reports thus far indicate there was a landing gear malfunction that led to a runway excursion taking place. pic.twitter.com/xlRCXYUzsI
— Iꪀꫀꪀꪖⅈꪮꪀꪖꪶ 〽️ꫀꪮ (@Romeko242) October 24, 2020
The return flight, and Sunday’s roundtrip for this flight number, were all cancelled. The 50 seat regional jet was originally delivered to the carrier in April 2004.