The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said “no mechanical anomalies or malfunctions have been found” with the Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 that made a hard landing at New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA) last month. The aircraft landed July 22 at LGA on its nose landing gear first, leading to the collapse of the nose-gear and the 737 sliding 2,175 feet on its nose. There were no serious injuries, but the aircraft “was substantially damaged,” NTSB ...

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