Landing gear on SkyUp Boeing 737-800 caught fire while taxing….

November 10, 2019


Landing gear on SkyUp Boeing 737-800 caught fire while taxing after landing at Sharm El Sheikh International Airport in Egypt

The aircraft with 196 passengers on flight #PQ7153 from Zaporizhzhia landed and taxied to its parking stand, when hydraulic fluid leaked onto hot brakes causing flames in the left main gear.

The fire was exinguished quickly.

No injuries were reported. 

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