Preliminary Accident Reports

February 2010 Issue

December 10, 2009, Lexington, Ky., Beech 58 Baron

The airplane incurred minor damage while landing at about 1205 Eastern time. The airline transport pilot and commercial pilot were not injured. Visual conditions prevailed. During a go-around following a practice instrument approach, the crew retracted the landing gear. However, a controller advised the landing gear appeared to be in the extended position.

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