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US Airways Airbus A330-243 (N281AY) | Photo 1841

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Photo ID 1841, uploaded January 18, 2012

Getting towed to the terminal after a diversion to Manchester, due to a hydraulic failure. Note the main landing gear doors hanging down.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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ShanwickOceanic19 Jan 12, 19:50
That was one poorly plane. It was still there when I took the hire car back the next day and looked like it would be there a good while longer.
Zak19 Jan 12, 23:40
IIRC, I read somewhere that they ferried it back 4 days later. I assume it wasn't easy to land. No nosewheel steering, and from the pics it looks as if the rudder was inop as well.
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