An investigation has begun after a Comair Boeing 737-400, operating a British Airways franchise flight, suffered a landing gear failure after touching down at Johannesburg’s Tambo International Airport. The 737, registered ZS-OAA (MSN 26960), was operating flight number BA6234 from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg when the incident happened just after 1200 local time on Oct. 26. “The aircraft was on the runway for a short period, performing standard landing procedures, when the ...

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