Plane makes emergency landing at San Antonio International after gear malfunction

Pilot declared inflight emergency

SAN ANTONIO – A plane with four people on board made an emergency landing at San Antonio International Airport Thursday afternoon.

The plane landed just after 5:30 p.m.

The pilot declared an inflight emergency about an hour before landing due to a faulty gear indicator.

The pilot circled the airport multiple times so air traffic controllers could inspect the wheels. They also flew for an extra hour to burn fuel.

The plane landed with no issues.


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