At least 139 passengers escaped death when an Air Peace plane experienced mechanical difficulties on landing, causing a tyre burst and damage to the aircraft's nosewheel at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos.
How Air Peace Aircraft Made Hard Landing At Lagos Airport
Vanguard, 23 July 2019
An Air Peace aircraft on Tuesday made a hard landing at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. Read more »
The Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos
139 Escape Death As Air Peace Plane Crash-Lands in Lagos
Leadership, 24 July 2019
No fewer than 133 passengers escaped death yesterday when an Air Peace Boeing 737-300 conveying them crash-lands in Lagos. The plane with registration number 5N-BQO operating from… Read more »
140 Escape As Air Peace Aircraft Loses Gear
Daily Trust, 24 July 2019
An Air Peace flight from Port Harcourt to Lagos yesterday experienced a difficulty in landing which caused a tyre burst and damage to the aircraft's nose wheel at the Murtala… Read more »
Again, AirPeace Aircraft Involved in 'Faulty Landing'
Premium Times, 23 July 2019
An Airpeace aircraft was involved in a faulty landing Tuesday, PREMIUM TIMES gathered. Read more »
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