A cargo plane in Luxembourg had to make an emergency landing due to a technical failure, resulting in the collapse of the landing gear. A disaster was narrowly averted in Luxembourg as a Boeing 747 cargo plane owned by Cargolux had to make an emergency landing due to an engine failure. During the landing at Luxembourg Airport, one of the landing gears collapsed. The aircraft had to go around after the first attempt due to the landing gear failure, but managed to land on the second attempt with difficulty. Fortunately, there were no fatalities or injuries in the incident.

In a statement by Cargolux, it was mentioned that the Boeing 747 cargo plane, operating the Dubai-Luxembourg route, was brought down to the runway in accordance with the emergency landing procedures by the pilots due to technical issues encountered in the air. An investigation has been initiated regarding the accident."

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