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Officials: Small plane makes emergency landing at Bradley International Airport; no injuries reported

A small plane has made an emergency landing with its wheels up at Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport, but no one was injured.

Associated Press

Dec 31, 2020, 11:24 PM

Updated 1,265 days ago

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A small plane has made an emergency landing with its wheels up at Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport, but no one was injured.
Airport officials say two people were aboard the twin-engine Piper Aerostar and headed to the airport north of Hartford Thursday when the pilot reported a problem with the landing gear.
The plane was initially rerouted to Worcester Airport but was directed back to Bradley, where it landed with the landing gear up shortly after 1:30 p.m.
Officials closed the airport briefly to allow for the emergency landing. The cause of the landing gear malfunction is under investigation.
By the Associated Press


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