Plane Lands Safely At XNA After Crews Respond To Distress Call

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An airplane that was experiencing landing-gear problems has landed safely at Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, after area emergency crews and firefighters responded to the scene.

Fire trucks and ambulances were lined up at the airport, after receiving a call that an aircraft’s landing gear may not be down.

The airplane approached the airport at about 5:50 p.m., where it flew near the tower so officials could determine whether the landing gear is down, according to the Bentonville Fire Department.

The landing gear was down, and there were no further issues, according to the fire department.

Firefighters and ambulances arrived at the location as standard procedure for such a situation, according to the fire department.