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Singapore Airlines plane collapses at Changi Airport

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The nose gear of a Singapore Airlines (SIA) plane collapsed on Sunday morning (Oct 11) at Changi Airport, confirmed the airline in response to queries from Channel NewsAsia. No passengers or crew were on board the SIA Airbus A330-300 when it collapsed Sunday morning. (www.channelnewsasia.com) More...

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jal6010
jal6010 1
Well at leat they have not lost another big jet as they did with SQ006 that lovely painted B744 on the runway. SIA have a excellent reputation for many years of service
wayne007
Wayne Jeffrey 1
Thank goodness there wasn't anyone working near the nose gear at the time.
sparkie624
sparkie624 1
I think the Mechanic may have done something in that check out of order or over looked something!

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