The FAA is fast-tracking a mandate for Airbus A320-family main landing gear door system checks to prevent the combination of failures that recently forced a Wizz Air A320 to make an emergency landing without its left main gear extended. The airworthiness directive (AD), published Thursday, gives operators of some 850 U.S.-registered Airbus narrowbodies until Sept. 6 to check for certain combinations of landing gear control interface units (LGCIUs) and main landing gear (MLG) door ...

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