I am not sure about any other Air Luxor L1011 incidents, they only had a nose gear collapse on an A320 recently at Funchal.
You might have heard about some aborted take-offs and other L1011 incidents that happened at LIS
with Yes. Yes also operates L1011s (2 of them, and that's their entire fleet, see http://www.yes-charter.pt/English/fleet.html
). Both Air Luxor's and Yes' L1011 fleet are former TAP aircraft. Yes is owned by TAP and a Portuguese travel agency. TAP has an excellent safety record and probably does the maintenance on the Tristars still - so I was surprised about those reports from LUSA:
"Yes Falha Terceiro Voo no Prazo de Uma Semana
Terça-feira, 02 de Dezembro de 2003
A transportadora charter Yes, participada a 51 por cento pela TAP, falhou ontem o seu terceiro voo no prazo de uma semana, devido a problemas técnicos relacionados com os seus aviões. Ontem, o voo Lisboa-Cancun (México) previsto para as 11h00 foi abortado devido a uma "alteração dos parâmetros de um dos motores", segundo informou a própria companhia."
Yes aborts third flight within one week (2 dec 2003).
The charter airline Yes, 51% owned by TAP, yesterday aborted its third take-off within one week, due to technical problems on its planes. Yesterday, the take-off of flight Lisbon-Cancun with STD 11.00 (operated by EuroAtlantic, however) was aborted due to a "alteration of the parameters of one of the engines" according to the company.
I scratch my head, therefore I am.