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Accident: Myanmar E190 at Mandalay on May 12th 2019, nose gear failed to extend

By Simon Hradecky, created Sunday, May 12th 2019 11:22Z, last updated Sunday, May 12th 2019 11:40Z

A Myanmar National Airlines Embraer ERJ-190, registration XY-AGQ performing flight UB-103 from Yangon to Mandalay (Myanmar) with 82 passengers and 7 crew, was on approach to Mandalay's runway 17 at about 09:00L (02:30Z) when the crew could not extend the nose gear and went around. The crew worked the related checklists, attempted an alternate gear extension, which also could not extend the nose gear. A low approach confirmed the nose gear was still not extended. The crew prepared for a nose gear up landing and landed on Mandalay's runway 17, keeping then ose up as long as practicable, bringing the aircraft to a halt on the runway on both main gear struts and the nose of the aircraft. Smoke entered the cabin after the nose touched down. The aircraft was evacuated via slides. There were no injuries, the aircraft sustained susbtantial damage.

The airline reported the aircraft was on its way from Yangon to Mandalay when on approach to Mandalay the crew could not extend the nose gear. The aircraft overflew the runway twice to have tower check the landing gear. The aircraft entered a hold to burn off fuel.

 

Ground Observer and passenger videos combined (Video: Lets save Myanmar):

 

https://youtu.be/TBV_PMYVP5c

myanmar_e190_xy-agq_mandalay_190512_2.jp

 

 

http://avherald.com/h?article=4c7d9659&opt=256

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Accident: Myanmar E190 at Mandalay on May 12th 2019, nose gear failed to extend

Ground Observer and passenger videos combined (Video: Lets save Myanmar):

 

https://youtu.be/TBV_PMYVP5c

myanmar_e190_xy-agq_mandalay_190512_2.jp

 

 

 

 

O Pouso e evacuação no mesmo vídeo!!!

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Além de tudo, no meio de um ventão da p. e mesmo assim o piloto pousou com maestria, lindo de ver, inclusive as pessoas deixando os bins quietos na hora de evacuar a acft.

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A única coisa que parece ter sido muito difícil foi manter a aeronave em foco enquanto filmavam.

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A única coisa que parece ter sido muito difícil foi manter a aeronave em foco enquanto filmavam.

 

Única agonia foi ver o vídeo "muito bem focado" durante o pouso!!

Minha filha de 4 anos consegue focar melhor que quem fez este vídeo. kkkkkkk

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Seria seguro evacuar pela porta da frente, visto que foi a região que teve o atrito com a pista (fonte de calor para um incêndio), ou apareceram bombeiros para resfriar a aeronave?

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Myanmar National E190 lands without nose-gear

 

12 MAY, 2019 SOURCE: FLIGHT DASHBOARD BY: GREG WALDRON SINGAPORE

A Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) Embraer 190 regional jet has been forced to make an emergency landing without its nose-gear in Mandalay.

 

Video on social media shows the aircraft, which bears registration XY-AGQ and has serial number 19000231, approach and then land without its nose-gear deployed. Apart from sparks and smoke caused by friction, there was no fire.

 

The aircraft was operating flight UB103 on the Rangoon-Mandalay route on the morning of 12 May.

 

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Images on MNA’s Facebook page show the rear slides deployed, as well as the front slide on the left side of the aircraft. Fire crews doused the engines as a precaution following the landing.

 

Apart from the aircraft’s forward fuselage being in direct contact with the runway, no other damage is apparent. The forward part of the aircraft’s engine cowlings are inches above the runway, but don’t appear to be in direct contact.

 

Media reports indicate that 82 passengers and seven crew evacuated safely. The airline had not responded to FlightGlobal’s requests for more details at the time of publishing.

 

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Myanmar National Airlines

 

Cirium’s Fleets Analyzer indicates that XY-AGQ is managed by GECAS and is powered by two General Electric CF34 10E6A1 turbofans.

 

The aircraft has been in service since 2008, serving with SkyAirWorld and Republic Airways before joining the Myanmar National Airlines fleet in 2012.

 

State-owned MNA, formerly Myanmar Airways International, has 19 in-service aircraft including 11 ATRs, four 737-800s, two E190s, and two Cessna 208B Grand Caravans.

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Seria seguro evacuar pela porta da frente, visto que foi a região que teve o atrito com a pista (fonte de calor para um incêndio), ou apareceram bombeiros para resfriar a aeronave?

 

Quando a evacuação iniciar, os cms vão abrir todas as portas que não estejam obstruídas por chamas ou destroços.

 

Mesmo que pareça intuitivo que vá haver chamas nas portas dianteiras, eles vão abrir as portas e verificar, não havendo chamas, é uma saída a mais para a evacuação ocorrer mais rápido.

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Seria seguro evacuar pela porta da frente, visto que foi a região que teve o atrito com a pista (fonte de calor para um incêndio), ou apareceram bombeiros para resfriar a aeronave?

 

Esse outro vídeo mostra que as escorregadeiras nas duas portas traseiras foram acionadas. Tem fotos que mostram que só a porta dianteira esquerda foi usada para evacuação, a direita não foi...

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Nbsf0w_btY

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Pela experiência de vocês, acreditam que será "tranquila" a reforma da aeronave ou esse tipo de acidente costuma destruir muito e comprometer a estrutura? Me parece que tem solução para recuperar o avião, né?

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Pela experiência de vocês, acreditam que será "tranquila" a reforma da aeronave ou esse tipo de acidente costuma destruir muito e comprometer a estrutura? Me parece que tem solução para recuperar o avião, né?

 

Historicamente são recuperadas. Mas cada caso é um caso. Tudo depende do resultado das inspeções estruturais executadas.

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