Landing Gear Collapses on Small Aircraft at Salina Airport


Staff member
Feb 14, 2021
There were no injuries when the landing gear collapsed on a small aircraft as it was landing at Salina Regional Airport Thursday afternoon.

Sources tell The Salina Scoop that a Beechcraft Baron had the right main landing gear collapse while the aircraft was attempting to land at around 1 p.m.

The Kansas Highway Patrol has completed a preliminary accident report, which will be provided to the FAA and NTSB. The FAA and NTSB have authorized the recovery of the aircraft by the Salina Airport’s Schilling Aviation Services.

The Airport’s 12,300 foot runway has been temporarily closed and will be reopened later this afternoon.
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