Preliminary Accident Reports

February 1999 Issue

Nov. 6, Newark, N.J. / Boeing 737-3TO

At about 18:20 EST, a Boeing 737-3TO operated by Continental Airlines as flight 1924 suffered a twisted right main landing gear while landing at Newark International Airport. There were no injuries. The airplane had landed on runway 4R and was on its landing roll when a vibration was felt. The airplane was stopped on the runway and was examined by emergency personnel. The lower portion of the right main landing gear had rotated about 45 degrees to the right....

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