Pegasus A20N at Basel on Jan 26th 2021, nose gear tilted 90 degrees on landing

Last Update: January 26, 2021 / 20:33:36 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jan 26, 2021

Classification
Incident

Flight number
PC-939

Aircraft Registration
TC-NBH

Aircraft Type
Airbus A320-200N

ICAO Type Designator
A20N

Airport ICAO Code
LFSB

A Pegasus Airlines Airbus A320-200N, registration TC-NBH performing flight PC-939 from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen (Turkey) to Basel/Mulhouse (Switzerland/France), performed a normal descend and approach to Basel's runway 15, no holdings and no delay vectors, and subsequently landed on Basel's runway 15 at 12:05L (11:05Z). However, the nose gear was tilted by 90 degrees, both nose tyres burst, one of the nose wheels was ground down before the aircraft came to a stand still on the runway center line.

The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Basel 9 hours after landing.

Metars:
LFSB 261200Z 27009KT 220V310 9999 FEW029 SCT056 BKN230 04/M02 Q1023 NOSIG=
LFSB 261130Z 23008KT 200V260 9999 FEW024 BKN220 04/M01 Q1023 NOSIG=
LFSB 261100Z 22008KT 9999 FEW022 SCT036 BKN220 03/M02 Q1023 NOSIG=
LFSB 261030Z 25004KT 150V280 9999 FEW022 SCT036 BKN220 03/M02 Q1022 NOSIG=
LFSB 261000Z 23006KT 180V260 9999 FEW015 SCT063 BKN240 02/M02 Q1022 NOSIG=
LFSB 260930Z 25010KT 9999 -SN FEW030 BKN063 01/M02 Q1022 NOSIG=
LFSB 260900Z 26008KT 230V290 9999 FEW043 BKN063 01/M02 Q1022 NOSIG=
LFSB 260830Z 26007KT 9999 FEW043 BKN063 01/M03 Q1022 NOSIG=
LFSB 260800Z 25012KT 9999 FEW040 BKN063 01/M02 Q1021 NOSIG=
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Jan 26, 2021

Classification
Incident

Flight number
PC-939

Aircraft Registration
TC-NBH

Aircraft Type
Airbus A320-200N

ICAO Type Designator
A20N

Airport ICAO Code
LFSB

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