This is the second time an airliner has crashed at Mogadishu International Airport.
Video captures the plane’s dramatic skid off the runway in Somalia as the pilot struggled to land the plane at Aden Adde airport on July 11.
Despite the crash, all 30 passengers and 4 crew are believed to have survived, with only two requiring treatment for “minor injuries”.
The crash was reportedly caused by faulty landing gear.
Footage shows the plane rolling down the runway and crashing into an adjacent wall.
The image shows the plane sliding down the runway, apparently after landing gear impact
The aircraft hit by the horseshoe is said to turn as it approaches the border fence
As the plane races down the runway, its wing collides with a fence, causing the plane to spin.
The rear of the plane then crashes into a fence, bringing it to a dramatic halt.
Parts of the plane appear to come free and be thrown through the difficult boundary.
Footage later confirmed the extent of the damage to the Halla Airlines plane.
The fuselage appears to be damaged from the rear and, from another angle, the cockpit appears to have fallen to the side.
The video also confirmed that a fire engine and emergency personnel were on the scene afterwards.
The aircraft is believed to have been on a domestic flight from Puntland in northern Somalia.
Somali state media later confirmed that the Halla Airlines plane had definitely skidded off the runway.
Industry experts named the aircraft Embraer EMB 120, as reported by Express.
The round the world flight noted that conditions had been good at the time, with “good visibility”, however, a 17 kt wind from the south-southwest, which they said would have created a “tailwind “.
On July 18, 2022, a Jubba Airways Fokker 50 crashed at Aden Abbe International Airport in Mogadishu, with all 36 people on board surviving.
On touchdown, the aircraft touched bottom and separated, causing the aircraft to roll and slide off the runway.
Coincidentally, there were current US military personnel who had medical training and were able to help evacuate passengers.
A Halla Airlines plane is pictured after crashing into the wall surrounding the runway
MailOnline has contacted Halla Airlines for a comment.