Omni Air Boeing 767 landing gear collapses after landing [Video]

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An Omni Air Boeing 767 reportedly saw its left-hand landing gear collapse after landing in Bucharest, Romania.

The Boeing 767-300ER (registered N432AX) was flying from Kabul, Afghanistan to Washington, D.C., the United States with a refueling stop in the Romanian capital. However, its journey was seemingly cut short, as the left-hand landing gear collapsed during the landing in Bucharest.

The video showcases the aircraft swayed to the left with its emergency slides deployed. Fire trucks were also present at the scene.

UPDATE 31-08-2020, 09:20 (UTC +3) Bucharest airports’ media representative confirmed the incident, stating that the Omni Air Boeing 767’s landing gear collapsed upon landing. On board there were 44 passengers and 26 crew members. The incident did not result in any injuries.

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