Malta Air B738 at Berlin on Apr 19th 2022, nose gear problem after landing
Last Update: April 20, 2022 / 18:11:27 GMT/Zulu time
Maintenance replaced both nose gear tyres on the runway before the aircraft was towed to the apron about 90 minutes after landing.
The aircraft returned to service the following morning about 16.5 hours after landing, but departed for its first flight of the day with a delay of 2 hours.
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