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KALININGRAD. Oct 2 (Interfax) - The passengers of a Boeing 737 belonging to the KD-Avia airline, which landed with its landing gear up at Kaliningrad last night, had not been warned about the unusual situation before landing.
A cargo plane was forced to make an emergency landing Wednesday at Miami International Airport after its landing gear malfunctioned, an official says.
An American Airlines jetliner circled back to Los Angeles International Airport about an hour after taking off Tuesday amid reports that the nose gear tire was shredded and landed safely at about 12:55 p.m.
By Allison Steele, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug. 2--Four members of a Cherry Hill family were unhurt after broken landing gear on their small plane forced an emergency landing at an Albany, N.Y., airport yesterday afternoon.
By Eric Anderson, Albany Times Union, N.Y. Aug.
A USAirways plane that reported problems with its landing gear touched ground safely at Norfolk International Airport in Virginia, officials said. Wayne Shank, executive director of the airport, said the jet safely executed an emergency landing sometime after 6 a.m.
ICON Aircraft, a start-up light sport aircraft manufacturer, officially introduced the company and its breakthrough product, the ICON A5, at a private unveiling last night in Los Angeles.
Air Industries Group, Inc. (OTCBB:AIRI) today announced that it will acquire all of the outstanding shares of Blair Industries, Inc., Blair Accumulators, Inc., H.S.M. Machine Works, Inc. of New York, and H.S.M. Machine Works, Inc. of North Carolina (collectively, "Blair-HSM").
NASA has replaced a leaky hydraulic seal in space shuttle Discovery's landing gear, and if testing continues to go well, next month's launch will remain on track, officials said Friday.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Pilots on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Chicago used emergency procedures to land a plane after its nose gear, which includes the front wheel, failed to lower and lock, the carrier said on Tuesday. The No. 1 U.S.
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