Saturday, January 05, 2019

Beechcraft C35 Bonanza, N241EE: Incident occurred January 03, 2019 at Venice Municipal Airport (KVNC), Sarasota County, Florida

According to the city of Venice, a single-engine plane had an emergency at the Venice Municipal Airport on Wednesday.

Shortly after 5 p.m. Wednesday, Venice Fire, Venice Police, Sarasota EMS and Venice Airport staff responded after a Beechcraft C35 Bonanza had a mechanical failure after landing at the airport. While braking to exit the runway, the plane’s forward landing gear failed, causing the nose to hit the pavement, according to airport staff. The pilot and sole occupant of the plane, Dan Gualandri, was not injured.

Original article can be found here ➤

VENICE (WWSB) - No one was injured when a plane landed at Venice Airport and ended up on its nose when the landing gear failed.

Authorities say the Beechcraft C35 Bonanza landed without incident shortly after 5pm on Wednesday. When it was taxing to exit the runway, the pilot, Dan Gualandri, applied the brakes and his nose gear failed, causing the front to nose into the pavement.

Gualandri, who is the Director of Maintenance at Sarasota Avionics, was the sole occupant of the plane and was uninjured.

Original article can be found here ➤