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By Glenn Sands February 3, 2020
The nose gear of a de Havilland Dash 8-400 operated by WestJet collapsed at the aircraft touched down at Terrace Northwest Regional Airport in British Columbia on January 31. The Dash 8 was operating from Vancouver, British Columbia when the accident happened.
Canada’s Aviation Herald stated that as C-FKWE touched down on the airport’s Runway 33, the plane’s nose gear collapsed before it came to halt on the runway. The flight’s 42 passengers left the aircraft with no injuries.
The Dash 8 was being operated by WestJet Encore, which is a regional arm of the LCC Canadian airline. The airline selected the Dash 8 to serve in the remote regions and currently has 47 of the type, most of which arrived in 2018.