Batik Malaysia B739 at Kathmandu on Apr 19th 2018, rejected takeoff due to takeoff config warning re

A Batik Air Malaysia (former Malindo Air) Boeing 737-900 still in Malindo colours, registration 9M-LNJ performing flight OD-181 from Kathmandu (Nepal) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) with 132 passengers and 7 crew, had backtracked runway 20, was cleared for takeoff and commenced takeoff, when the crew rejected takeoff at high speed (about 165 knots over ground). The aircraft came to a stop about 75 meters/250 feet past the end of runway 20 with all gear on soft ground, the crew advised they were off the runway and had rejected takeoff due to a takeoff configuration warning detailing upon further query, they believed a system malfunction had caused the takeoff configuration warning. There were no injuries, the damage to the aircraft is being assessed but believed to be minor. The runway was closed for more than 12 hours until the aircraft could be moved to the apron.

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