Israir A320 at Tel Aviv on Sep 12th 2022, gear problem
Last Update: September 13, 2022 / 14:40:20 GMT/Zulu time
Israel's media offer various explanations of the problem with the undercarriage from the nose gear being unsafe to massive brakes malfunction.
The occurrence aircraft returned to service about 19.5 hours after landing.
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