Nelson DH8C at Christchurch on Jun 9th 2014, unsafe gear
Last Update: June 10, 2014 / 23:28:21 GMT/Zulu time
Air New Zealand confirmed indication of a landing gear issue which is believed to be the result of a fault of the warning system.
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