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23 Oct 2015 - Peruvian Airlines 737-300 OB-2040-P (24329/1858) MLG collapse on landing at Cusco.

Peruvian Airlines flight P9216 from Lima to Cuzco (SPZO) suffered a right hand main landing gear collapse toward the end of the landing roll on Runway 28 at 15:30z. The passengers were evacuated via the slides with no reported injuries.

SPZO 231530Z 11007KT 070V200 9999 FEW040 SCT080 19/M00 Q1033

On 14 Dec 2016 the NTSB reported that 8 seconds after touchdown vibrations were felt and the right hand landing gear collapsed. It was found that the left hand main gear had a fractured shimmy damper actuator and a fractured torsion link.

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*** Updated 14 Nov 2021 ***

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