Hard Landing for Rouge A-319

May 10/14-The Air Canada Rouge LP Airbus A319-100 aircraft (AC1804, C-FZUG) sustained a hard landing in MKJS (Montego Bay, Jamaica). The hard landing was reported by the crew and through the onboard diagnostics, maintenance determined that the aircraft experienced a 3.12 Gs landing, exceeding the hard landing limit of 2.6 Gs. One bolt on the left hand gear slave upper link migrated from its hole after the nut sheared. Airbus was notified of the event and a Hard Landing Phase 1 inspection was performed with no findings. Based on this information a Phase 2 inspection may not be required. The aircraft was removed from service and was scheduled for a ferry flight with the landing gear extended, to an MRO facility in Miami, Florida. FDR data was provided to the TSB for further evaluation. A minor injury to one passenger was reported.