Saudia B772 at Dhaka on May 18th 2016, nose gear problem while lining up
Last Update: May 22, 2016 / 17:57:13 GMT/Zulu time
The passengers disembarked via mobile stairs and were returned to the terminal.
The occurrence aircraft remained in position for about 6 hours until it could be moved to the apron. The occurrence aircraft was able to depart Dhaka as flight SV-805 on May 22nd, about 98 hours later.
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