On 18 June, a British Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner (registered G-ZBJB) was positioned at stand 583 at London Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom when it suffered from a nose gear collapse.
The aircraft previously operated a flight from Moscow, Russia to Heathrow on 16 June and was the very first Boeing 787 to be delivered to BA back in June 2013.
Following images appeared on social media:
🔴 Aucun passager n’était à bord du Boeing 787 de British Airways accidenté ce matin à Londres Heathrow.
L’avion est arrivé de Moscou hier soir en vol cargo. pic.twitter.com/oaYVQZtM2m
— air plus news (@airplusnews) June 18, 2021
A @British_Airways Boeing 787-8 has suffered a nose wheel collapse this morning at London @HeathrowAirport G-ZBJB was delivered in June 2013 and it was the first 787 for BAhttps://t.co/Hkbu0Faawh#heathrow #boeing #787 pic.twitter.com/Hr8TthUFZV
— Ali Farrukh (@alifrk777) June 18, 2021
— M Zulqarnain B (@MZulqarnainBut1) June 18, 2021