Singapore A359 at Dusseldorf on Aug 1st 2017, nose wheel steering failure
Last Update: August 2, 2017 / 22:00:31 GMT/Zulu time
A passenger reported they noticed that the aircraft did not vacate the runway after landing, then emergency services arrived at the aircraft. About 5-6 minutes later the captain announced that he could not steer the aircraft to the terminal due to a system failure, they needed to be towed to the apron. The aircraft was towed to a remote location on the apron, the passengers disembarked via stairs.
The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground in Dusseldorf for about 6 hours, then was able to depart for the return flight SQ-337 with a delay of 35 minutes.
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