A Boeing 737-800 of Bangladeshi carrier US-Bangla Airlines carried out a forced landing after its nose undercarriage failed to extend as it approached the small regional city of Cox’s Bazar on a flight from the country’s capital, Dhaka, Sept. 26. Having detected the problem, the crew elected to divert to Chittagong Airport, with its longer runway and more extensive rescue services, for a gear-up landing at the airport there. The aircraft, registration S2-AJA, was carrying 164 ...

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