A small airplane made a landing at Salt Lake City International Airport this morning without its landing gear.
Airport operations officials told the Deseret Morning News the Piper Navajo plane being flown by Salmon Air had a gear malfunction and landed on the runway, sliding to a stop.
"There's no injuries," said Dave Korzep, the superintendent of airport operations. "There was only the one pilot on board."
Maintenance crews have responded to move the plane from the runway. Federal authorities also are investigating.
There are no delays with any other flights, Korzep said, adding that all other flights were re-routed to other runways at the airport.