NTSB: No landing gear malfunction in Southwest landing at LaGuardia

08/7/2013 | USA Today

The National Transportation Safety Board said the co-pilot took over the controls of the Southwest Airlines Flight 345 when the flight was less than 400 feet from the ground at New York's LaGuardia Airport on July 22. "At this point in the investigation, no mechanical anomalies or malfunctions have been found," the NTSB said. The aircraft landed nose first without deploying its landing gear.

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