Preliminary Accident Reports

November 2011 Issue

September 28, 2011, Atlanta, Ga., Mitsubishi MU-2B-25

At 1715 Eastern time, the airplane experienced a nose gear collapse during landing rollout. Visual conditions prevailed. The airplane received structural damage to the forward pressure vessel. The airline transport rated pilot and two passengers reported no injuries. After the pilot entered a right-hand traffic pattern and completed all pre-landing checklist items, the airplane touched down on the runway and the nose landing gear collapsed.

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