2015-02-10 US Airways (AA) Embraer E-190 nosegear-up landing at Houston-IAH, TX, USA
The aircraft was damaged during an emergency landing without its nosegear on runway 27 at Houston G.Bush Intercontinental Airport. Earlier on approach the pilots received indication about a malfuncton in the nosegear extension mechanism preventing the gear to lock in the „down“ position.
After about 45 minutes of unsuccesful attempts to lower it, the decision was made to land on the maingears only.
There were no reported injuries among passengers or crewmembers.
Damage to the aircraft is substantial. An investigation is underway.
Date: 2015-02-09 Time: 22:07
Location: KIAH IAH Houston Intercontinental Airport
Flight phase: LDG – Flare, Landing Roll, Aborted Landing after Touchdown
Damage to a/c: substantial
Flight no.: US 1825
From: KPHL/PHL: Philadelphia To: KIAH/IAH: Houston Intercontinental Airport
Operator: US Airways
Type: Embraer E-190
Age a/c: 7,2 years
Constr. No.: 19000133
Occupants & Casualties
JACDEC 20-year Statistics :
- 40th safety occurence for the operator
- 27th safety occurence of type (E-190)
- 20nd safety occurence at airport
- 1st safety occurence for aircraft in question
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