2011-11-29 FA-18D Right main landing gear collapsed during arrested landing.
What does RMLG stand for?
RMLG stands for Right Main Landing Gear
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A Manx2 flight from Leeds to the Isle of Man veered off the runway at the airport on Thursday after the right main landing gear collapsed.
The right main landing gear and tailhook were damaged by the impact.
During the short ground roll, the right main landing gear separated from the wing and the left gear was pushed up through the wing root.
The branch said: "During the short ground roll, the right main landing gear separated from the wing and the left main landing gear was pushed up through the wing root.
The right main landing gear separated from the wing and the left main landing gear was pushed up through the wing root.
The AD, which is effective immediately, requires that all Q400 aircraft operators conduct a general visual inspection of the left and right main landing gear system and main landing gear retract actuator jam nuts.
The quick-thinking pilot then aborted the take-off at 122 knots and left the runway with smoke coming from the right main landing gear.