Preliminary Accident Reports

December 2005 Issue

October 1, 2005, Arlington, Wash. / Beech B-60 Duke

At 1230 Pacific time, the airplane sustained substantial damage following a landing gear collapse during the landing rollout. The Airline Transport pilot, the sole occupant of the airplane, was not injured. Visual conditions prevailed for the cross-country flight that originated at Bellingham, Wash. The pilot later reported lowering the landing gear before entering the traffic pattern. During the rollout, that the landing gear “collapsed and the airplane slid to a stop.”...

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