India A319 at Silchar on Nov 10th 2021, hydraulic leak, gear problem on departure
Last Update: November 10, 2021 / 17:09:32 GMT/Zulu time
The airport reported the aircraft returned to Silchar due to a hydraulic leak and problems with the main landing gear.
Ground observers reported smoke was coming from the left hand main gear when the aircraft took off.
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