Southwest 737 was inspected days before nose collapse landing

Southwest Airlines said Tuesday that the Boeing 737-700 that suffered a nose gear collapse on landing at New York LaGuardia yesterday entered service in October 1999 and was last inspected July 18, just four days before the incident. The aircraft was operating flight 345 from Nashville to LaGuardia...

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