A JetBlue Airways Embraer E190 landed safely with a partially extended nose gear at Nassau in the Bahamas March 25, the airline confirmed. All 93 passengers and four crew deplaned via stairs afterward and there were no injuries, the New York-based airline said. JetBlue flight 29 was en route from Washington National airport to Nassau when it reported a landing gear malfunction. “The aircraft landed in Nassau just after 4:30 pm utilizing the Embraer E190 aircraft’s main gear, ...

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