Fedex MD11 at San Antonio and Memphis on Apr 7th 2020, dropped nose wheel on departure
Last Update: April 8, 2020 / 21:53:55 GMT/Zulu time
The FAA reported: "AIRCRAFT LOST RIGHT NOSE GEAR ON DEPARTURE, MEMPHIS, TN.", the aircraft received substantial damage, the occurrence was rated an accident.
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