Preliminary Report: Landing gear collapses

Aviation International News » August 2008
July 30, 2008, 7:11 AM

Rockwell Commander 690B, Baker City, Ore., June 24, 2008–The Commander’s right main landing gear collapsed on landing at Baker City Municipal Airport. The pilot told the NTSB that this was “the first flight after the airplane had come out of a five-year landing-gear maintenance inspection.” The landing-gear boss, which houses the clevis attached to the right main landing-gear hydraulic actuator, was found to be fractured. The aircraft is registered to Catlan of North Powder, Ore.

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