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Australia: Pilot who made an emergency landing at Sydney’s Bankstown Airport has been praised for keeping his cool after his plane’s landing gear failed to deploy.
The Piper PA-31 Navajo light plane, made an emergency belly landing after circling the city and the airport for more than an hour.
The plane took off from Young in the state’s South West Slopes just after 6pm on its regular freight run until it ran into trouble over western Sydney.
He handled the situation very well, according to Wagga Air Centre managing director Chris Cabot.
“He is a young guy in the early stages of his career and he handled himself very professionally,” Mr Cabot , Managing director of Wagga Air Centre
The incident occurred on 24th August.