On 12 May, a Myanmar National Airlines Embraer ERJ-190LR (XY-AGQ) operating domestic flight UB103 between Yangon and Mandalay (Myanmar) got damaged during a nose gear-up landing at Mandalay.
According to JacDec, the aircraft did two low-passes for visual gear inspection. Emergency slides were used to evacuate the passengers (note the very orderly evacuation in the video at the bottom of the article). None of the 82 passengers and 7 crew members got injured.
Myanmar National AL Embraer E190 (XY-AGQ) on flight #UB103 from Yangon was damaged during a nosegear-up landing at Mandalay AP (VYMD), Myanmar. None of the 82 + 7 people on board was hurt. The E190 did two low passes for visual gear inspection.@AeronewsRO https://t.co/szqH10rSUG pic.twitter.com/I0zTHsBAuU
— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) May 12, 2019
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— Asia News (@asianewsteam) May 12, 2019