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22 Nov 2019 - B737-400, YV-3012 (23990/1732) operated by Avior Airlines suffered a collapse of the right main landing gear whilst landing at Bogota, Columbia (SKBO) runway 13L at 00:15Z on 22 Nov 2019. Photographs show the right main landing gear had retracted and the aircraft resting on the #2 engine cowl near the runway turn-off. There were no reported injuries.

SKBO 230000Z 25003KT 9999 SCT017 13/11 A3029 NOSIG=

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YV-3012 in its final resting position

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