Great Lakes Has Weekend Scare With Landing Gear

Great Lakes Has Weekend Scare With Landing Gear

A flight originating in Denver circled for an extra hour before landing at the Sheridan airport Saturday due to a suspected problem with the plane's landing gear. According to John Stopka, Airport Manager, the pilot noticed the problem early and the extra time in the air was mostly used to burn up fuel in case the landing gear did not lock into place.

The plane asked for visual observance from people on the ground to see if the landing gear was usable. usable.

The city's fire and ambulance services were on standby during the landing.

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