Canada Pilot makes emergency landing at Peterborough Airport

01:00  10 july  2018
01:00  10 july  2018 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Skydivers jumping at the airfield in Peterborough , Cambridgeshire, were grounded as he circled for more than 20 minutes in a bid to burn fuel. The pilot radioed the airport and asked if he could make an emergency landing on a grassy area, after burning off fuel.

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A plane is brought to a hangar after making an emergency landing at the Peterborough Airport on Sunday night. © Harrison Perkins/Special to CHEX News A plane is brought to a hangar after making an emergency landing at the Peterborough Airport on Sunday night.

A pilot was forced to make an emergency landing at the Peterborough Airport on Sunday night.

Emergency crews were deployed at the airport around 8 p.m. when a pilot indicated that he was in trouble as he was unable to fully deploy the plane's landing gear.

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He eventually landed the double-engine plane, reported to be a Beech B60 twin-engine plane.

The pilot was assessed by paramedics but has no major injuries, according to officials.

The aircraft was removed from the runway around 9:30 p.m. and taken to a hangar.

The Transportation Safety Board will be investigating.

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