The airplane successfully landed on the 2,500-meter runway with its nose touching the surface, giving off sparks before it came to a halt. All 56 passengers and four crew members were unhurt.
After the accident, the transport ministry issued a directive for checks on all 36 DHC8-series airplanes flying in Japan in line with the Civil Aeronautics Law.
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Bombardier Aerospace will soon send a six-member team, including engineers, to Japan to determine the cause of the incident, according to the manufacturer's Japanese intermediary.
Nippon Airways grounded its entire fleet of Bombardier planes on Tuesday after the front landing gear on one failed to descend, forcing the aircraft to make an emergency landing with 60 people on...
No one was injured when the Bombardier DHC-8 turboprop landed on its rear wheels and then carefully touched its nose to the runway.