A JetBlue Airbus A220-300 between Boston and Nashville suffered a landing gear issue this week, prompting a return back to the airport.
Tense Moment on JetBlue Flight from Boston: Landing Gear Issue…
JetBlue flight B62107 departed from Boston Logan International Airport on September 29 at 0626 local time.
As per The Aviation Herald, it emerged that the crew couldn’t retract the landing gear, which prompted a return back to the airport as it was unsafe to continue onwards to Nashville.
The flight lasted a total of around 50 minutes, as per data from RadarBox.com, with it being understood that the Airbus A220-300 has been on the ground since, with no indication into when it will be back in the air again.
A substitute JetBlue aircraft was used to operate the heavily delayed Nashville flight.
N3112J was the Airbus A220-300 that was involved in the incident with JetBlue.
As per data from Planespotters.net, N3112J is a 1.3 year old airframe at the time of publication, having been delivered to the airline back in July 2022.
At the time of publication, JetBlue has a total of 19 Airbus A220-300 aircraft at the moment, of which 16 are in service, and three are parked.
Across the rest of their fleet, the U.S carrier has 129 Airbus A320s, 92 Airbus A321 Family aircraft and 48 Embraer ERJ-190 aircraft.
Of their 288 total strong fleet, 263 are in active service, and 25 are currently parked.
AviationSource will approach JetBlue for a comment on this incident in Boston. Once the quote has been acquired, then we will update the article accordingly.
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