Preliminary Accident Reports

June 2004 Issue

March 15, Manhattan, Kan. / Beech 1900D

At 1715 central time, a Beech 1900D operated by Air Midwest Airlines as a scheduled Part 121 flight was substantially damaged when the nose gear collapsed after landing on a 7,000’ x 150’ runway. The airplane “departed the runway pavement during landing rollout” and the pilot was attempting to taxi back onto the runway when the nose gear collapsed....

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