Preliminary Accident Reports

September 2008 Issue

July 21, 2008, Salt Lake CIty, Utah, Beech A200

At about 1430 Mountain time, the airplane suffered a landing gear malfunction resulting in a gear-up landing. The FAA was operating the public-use airplane; the two airline transport pilots were uninjured. The airplane sustained substantial damage to its lower fuselage; visual conditions prevailed.

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