Scottsdale Airport reopens after jet has landing gear collapse while landing
Scottsdale Airport was closed for more than an hour Monday night after a jet had its landing gear collapse while making a landing.
According to a spokesperson with the airport, there were no injuries.
Scottsdale Airport, located near Bell Road and the Loop 101, has no commercial commuting or airline services. The 282-acre airport has one runway and was acquired by the city of Scottsdale in 1966.
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