Singer John Denver walked away, apparently uninjured, after a 1931 biplane he was piloting got into an accident while taxiing at an airport in Holbrook, Ariz., authorities said.

The plane landed in northern Arizona Thursday afternoon for refueling on a flight from Carefree, Ariz., to Santa Fe, N.M., with only Denver aboard, officials said.An FAA duty officer in Los Angeles said he understood Denver's Waco biplane spun around horizontally, possibly after being blown by a gust of wind after landing.

Denver, 45, left on another plane without seeking medical attention.

Denver is a licensed jet pilot, activist and entertainer who lives in Aspen, Colo.