On March 18, approximately at 13:40 local time, the front landing gear of an Airbus A320 of Viva Aerobus airlines collapses while was preparing for take-off from Puorto Vallarta en route Monterrey, Mexico.
The airline immediately activated all safety protocols, started the evacuation of the passengers.
The airline said the A320 jet went nose-down because “when aligning to the runway prior to takeoff, the nose landing gear collapsed.”
The statement stated that the incident was being investigated by the manufacturer and aviation authorities.
I think the airline should have checked to meet the standards before take off. It is very important to the safety of everyone on that flight. The link administration team should be severely blamed.