Austrian F100 at Stuttgart on Oct 8th 2015, could not retract all gear
Last Update: October 10, 2015 / 21:28:52 GMT/Zulu time
A ground witness reported the aircraft climbed out with the left and nose gear retracting, the right main gear remained extended however. Later the aircraft returned with all gear down for an eventless landing.
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