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24 Jul 2019 - 5N-BQO Air Peace 737-300 NLG Failure on landing at Lagos 23 Jul 2019

On 23 July 2019 737-300, 5N-BQO (28571/3022 ex OO-VEH) was landing at Lagos (DNMM) runway 18R at 10:20z (11:20L) in rain.

Eyewitness reports and video evidence suggests that both nosewheels detached from the strut during the landing roll. The aircraft remained on the paved surface with no other dmaage being visible from the photos available.

DNMM 231000Z 26004KT 3000 -RA BKN009 FEW019CB 25/24 Q1016 TEMPO 5000 -TSRA=


Air Peace has had a number of events recently including the following:

22 Jun 2019 - 737-500, 5N-BRN, operated by Air Peace has skidded off the left hand side of Runway 21 at Port Harcourt, Nigeria at 14:42Z whilst landing in heavy rain.

15 May 2019 - 737-300 5N-BUK Hard landing at Lagos resulting in damage to the engine pod and the landing gear


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Stopping position of 5N-BQO after the incident

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