Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2003 Issue

May 30, Forest, Miss. / Beech Baron

At about 1545 central time, a Beech 95-B55 landed gear-up at G.V. Montgomery Airport and slid about 1,000 feet to a stop. The airplane was substantially damaged, but the two occupants were not injured. The pilot said he simply forgot to lower the landing gear....

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