Small aircraft makes belly landing at Sugar Land Regional Airport.
A single-engine aircraft was forced to make a belly landing at Sugar Land Regional Airport yesterday (16 March) due to a problem with its landing gear.
The pilot and his flight student were reportedly practising landings and takeoffs in a Trinidad single-engine aircraft when the landing gear became inoperable. The pilot then made a successful belly landing at the airport.
No one was injured in the incident, however the airport was closed for about an hour while the aircraft was moved.
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|Date:||Mar 17, 2004|
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