French air accident authority BEA has launched an investigation after a Saab 2000 operated by Swiss regional Darwin Airline lost its nose wheel on landing at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) Jan. 28. Darwin Airline, which recently rebranded as Etihad Regional, confirmed the aircraft’s nose wheel “detached from the main nose wheel strut upon landing on runway 27” at around 0740 on Jan. 28. At the time of the incident, the Saab 2000 was operating as flight F7250 between ...

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