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Restored Plane Lands without Landing Gear

Saturday, September 13, 2008
By George Hatcher
Restored Plane Lands without Landing Gear

What: Restored Thunder Mustang Where: Nampa Airport, Idaho When: 10:59 a.m Fri Sept 12 Who: Only the pilot was aboard. Why:No fuel leaking, no other hazards. Pilot did not lower the landing gear. When the propeller hit the ground some wood components splintered. Download article as PDF »

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