nose gear

nose gear

That part of a landing gear located at the forward end of the vehicle.
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Impact with snow bank caused further nose gear collapse and overload failure of the nose gear actuator/engine mount interface.
Trans States Airlines flight 4696, which operated as United Express, heading to Chicago's O'Hare International Airport was forced to stay put Friday morning after the aircraft's nose gear wound up in a grassy section by Taxiway B1 ahead of its (https://www.
Just after take-off, the crew on the Flybe flight from Belfast to Inverness - with 52 passengers and four staff - saw a warning light for the nose gear.
A FLYBE aircraft has been forced to carry out an emergency landing without nose gear.
A PILOT who landed an airliner with no nose gear has been praised for his "superb" skills and avoiding a fire.
A FLYBE aircraft was forced into an emergency landing without nose gear at Belfast International Airport.
A Flybe spokeswoman said: "Flybe can confirm that there has been an incident involving one of our Bombardier Q-400 aircraft, which landed with no nose gear in place.
last Sunday, the team found out that the nose gear was totally damaged.
With the help of the GMCS, the pilots will get video and camera views of the aircraft nose gear, main gear and wingtip areas to aid in taxiway maneouvering, while the PSDC is designed to sense and monitor the position of areas including the interior, exterior and thrust reverser doors and tail position.
The GMCS enhances situational awareness by providing pilots video and camera views of the nose gear, main gear and wingtip areas to aid in taxiway maneuvering.
He said the plane had just a slight hydraulic problem in its nose gear, making it difficult for the plane to taxi at the airport's runway.
I felt my heart sink because I knew there was a high probability of damage to the nose gear, which is positioned next to the gun's firing mechanism.