Corporate Plane Makes Ocean Landing Off Australia

The pilot of a corporate airplane had to make an emergency landing in the ocean off the coast of Australia today (2/6). He put the plane down about 200 meters off the beach in shallow waters near Darwin, and then he and his five passengers walked to shore. There were no injuries. The plane is a Piper Chieftain owned by Connected Solutions Group (CSG).

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by Planet Data

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