A Singapore Airlines (SIA) Airbus A330-300 suffered a nosewheel collapse while parked at a gate outside Changi Airport's Terminal 3. SIA said the aircraft—registered  9V-STG—was undergoing a landing gear system operation check at the terminal's Gate A17 on Oct. 11 when apparently the gear retracted unintentionally, causing the front of the aircraft to collapse onto the apron. “There were no passengers or crew on board at the time," SIA said in a ...

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