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Small Plane Lands Nose Down in Oklahoma City

A small plane made an emergency landing at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on October 19th.

Authorities said the pilot of King Air B200 plane declared an emergency after the nose landing gear failed to deploy.

The plane landed nose down and sustained significant damage.

The pilot, who was the only one aboard, remained unharmed.

Air Arabia Plane Diverts to Riyadh due to Cargo Smoke Indication

Saudi Arabian AirlinesAir Arabia flight 185 made an emergency landing at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on March 17th.

The plane, en-route from Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, to Taif, Saudi Arabia, was diverted due to a cargo smoke indication.

The plane landed safely. All 168 passengers remained unhurt.

No evidence of fire was found upon inspection.

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Duplin County

emergencyA small plane made an emergency landing on Highway 11 near Garland King Road in Duplin County, North Carolina, on December 21.

The pilot Richard Kenny said he was forced to land on the highway after his plane ran out of fuel. He was heading from Long Island, New York, to Orlando, Florida, at the time.

The plane hit a highway sign while landing. No injuries were reported.

3 Killed, 7 Injured as Plane Crashes in Alaska

crashA small floatplane plane crashed north of Iliamna Airport in Iliamna, Alaska, on September 15.

The DeHavilland DHC-3T Turbine Otter aircraft, carrying 10 people, went down while it was taking off from East Wind Lake.

Three people were killed in the accident. They were identified as 80-year-old Tony W. Degroot, of Hanford, California, 69-year-old James Specter, of Shavertown, Pennsylvania and 70-year-old James P. Fletcher, of Clovis, California.

Seven others were injured and were shifted to hospitals.

The plane belonged to Rainbow King Lodge.

The NTSB is investigating.

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