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Viva Airlines nose gear collapse at MMPR

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DXing 19 Mar 21, 15:24Post
Maybe someone accidently hit the gear lever?

Wonder why they blew the slides? That made it an even more expensive incident.

The incident occurred on Viva Aerobus flight VIV 4343, which was due to fly between Puerto Vallarta and Monterrey in Mexico on 18 March.

As the Airbus A320 jet was lining up to takeoff from Puerto Vallarta airport, on Mexico’s Pacific coast, the plane’s nose landing gear collapsed.


https://www.msn.com/en-gb/lifestyle/travel/plane-e2-80-99s-front-landing-gear-collapses-before-takeoff-in-mexico/ar-BB1eL9kB?ocid=BingNewsSearch
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