Small twin prop plane crashes during landing at MIA

No one was hurt when a flight academy small aircraft crashed on landing

Denise Grech
14 September 2017, 6:07pm
Last updated on 14 September 2017, 6:16pm
The PA-34-200T Seneca II model which was involved in the crash is a 1970s design, upgraded along the years (Photo: TVM)
The PA-34-200T Seneca II model which was involved in the crash is a 1970s design, upgraded along the years (Photo: TVM)
A Piper 34A 200T SenecaII, operated by the European Flight Academy in Malta, crashed whilst landing at the Malta International Airport.

Emergency teams were sent but no one was hurt, a spokesperson for the airport confirmed.

The incident took place at 5.22 pm.

Movement on runway 23/05 have been temporarily suspended following the incident.

The aircraft with registration number 9HAEB, is a twin-engined turboprop light aircraft, used by the academy for instrument rating training.