Video Shows Plane Landing At Oklahoma Airport After Nose Gear Fails

OKLAHOMA CITY -- It was a scary afternoon for a pilot in Oklahoma when he was forced to land a plane without the nose gear.

Initial reports indicate a King Air B200's nose gear failed to come down when the pilot attempted to land at Wiley Post Airport on Wednesday. That's when the pilot let air traffic control know he would attempt to land at Will Rogers World Airport, according to KFOR.

Fortunately, the pilot was able to successfully land the plane.

At this time, there is no word on how many people were on board the plane.

(1/4) Plane prepares to land at WRWA after experiencing landing gear malfunction

(1/4) Plane prepares to land at WRWA after experiencing landing gear malfunction

 

(2/4) Plane hits the runway, preparing to stop.

(2/4) Plane hits the runway, preparing to stop.

 

(3/4) Plane starts to tilt forward after landing gear malfunction at WRWA

(3/4) Plane starts to tilt forward after landing gear malfunction at WRWA

 

(4/4) Pilot successfully lands plane at WRWA after landing gear malfunction.

(4/4) Pilot successfully lands plane at WRWA after landing gear malfunction.