A twin engine private aircraft crash landed at Leonard M Thompson International Airport in Marsh Harbour on Monday morning when the front landing gear collapsed upon landing.
The incident occurred at 9:50 a.m. when the six-seater Mitsubishi MU-2 piloted by a 63-year-old American visitor from Vero Beach, Florida on final approach was unable to deploy the front landing gear which resulted in the crash landing at the airport.
Onboard was the pilot and an 83-year-old visitor from Palm City, Florida. Both were unharmed in the crash landing.
The aircraft was removed from the runway by personnel from the Marsh Harbour Crash and Rescue and other airport personnel. A number of flights were delayed or re-routed.