Operations at Belfast International Airport were disrupted Oct. 4 after a TNT Airways-branded Boeing 737-400 freighter was involved in a landing gear incident, blocking both of the airport’s runways. According to Flightradar24, the 24-year old aircraft (registered OE-IAG, serial number 25168) is operated by ASL Airlines Belgium and was flying in TNT colors at the time of the incident. After operating a previous sector from Liege in Belgium to East Midlands, OE-IAG departed for ...

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