On 22 June, an Air Spray Lockheed L-188C Electra (C-GZCF, built 1959) was substantially damaged in a controlled belly landing at Red Deer Airport (CYQF), Alberta, Canada after the crew was unable to extend the gear. All four crew members remained unhurt. (source: JacDec)
Air Spray is an aerial wildfire fighting company.
The crew of the #AirSprayAirtankers #L188Electra (C-GZCF/490, msn 1091) had trouble lowering its right hand main landing gear and after trouble shooting they decided upon a gear up landing at Red Deer Airport (AB), which they executed very nicely. #avgeek https://t.co/2StAi3Gg0q pic.twitter.com/4ldYFxG2eX
— Scramble (@scramble_nl) June 24, 2019