Globus B734 at Sochi on Mar 12th 2013, gear vibrations on landing
Last Update: March 16, 2013 / 15:46:04 GMT/Zulu time
Russia's Ministry of Transport reported that a post flight inspection revealed the nose gear's upper torsion link had fractured at the left hinge. An investigation has been opened.
The aircraft resumed service on Mar 16th.
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