A Boeing 737-400 of Pakistan-based Shaheen Air suffered landing gear problems at Lahore airport, causing the gear to collapse and the aircraft to veer off the runway. Emergency slides were deployed and reports indicate around 10 passengers were injured, none seriously. The flight, NL-142 from Karachi to Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport, had reported problems with the landing gear immediately before landing which resulted in the off-runway excursion, possibly through a tire ...

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