No one was hurt when a Myanmar National Airlines Embraer E190-100 landed at Mandalay with its nose gear jammed in the raised position. The incident took place the morning of May 12 when flight UB103 departed Yangon for Mandalay with 82 passengers and seven crew.  Ye Htut Aung, deputy director general of Myanmar’s Civil Aviation Department, told AFP that the pilot tried repeatedly to drop the nose gear—first through its computer system, then manually. This also includes a ...

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