Emirates A388 at Dubai on Jul 1st 2015, could not fully retract landing gear
Last Update: July 3, 2015 / 10:09:43 GMT/Zulu time
A replacement Boeing 777-300 registration A6-ENR reached Frankfurt with a delay of 6 hours.
A passenger reported there were bumping noises while the gear was retracting, the crew announced the landing gear did not retract. The aircraft dumped fuel for close to two hours and returned to Dubai.
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