Agape Plane Damaged During Landing

This morning during flight operations in support of our Haitian mission partners, the Agape Flights F406 experienced a failure that resulted in a gear-up landing at a small airport in Haiti. Neither of the two Agape pilots aboard was injured and the total extent of the aircraft damage is unknown at present.

Agape Flights CEO Allen Speer says the organization’s immediate priority is the safety and security of the air crew. “We thank God that our pilots are fine and no one on the ground was injured,” Speer said.

 
The Cessna F406, N17CK, was acquired by Agape Flights in late 2022. The airplane typically carries about 2,000 pounds of cargo on weekly mission supply flights to Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and the Bahamas. The plane had recently been pressed into service evacuating missionaries and their families from Haiti.

 
No passengers were aboard at the time of the incident, though the aircraft had been scheduled to pick up several missionaries at another location in Haiti and return them to Florida later today.

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