British Airways A319 at London on Apr 16th 2018, nose gear shock absorber fault
Last Update: April 16, 2018 / 17:23:23 GMT/Zulu time
According to information The Aviation Herald received both nose landing gear proximity sensors 24GA on LGCIU 1 and 25GA on LGCIU 2 showed a fault.
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