A small plane made an emergency landing Thursday morning in a field in northeast Wichita, according to a Wichita Airport Authority official.
Valerie Wise, air service and business development manager, said the airplane, which originated from Augusta, lost power and landed in a field near 127th Street East and 29th North around 11 a.m.
Wise said there were two people in the airplane but no injuries.
Battalion Chief Stuart Bevis of the Wichita Fire Department said there was no fire or active fuel leak.
The airplane rolled through a wooden fence and came to rest with its nose tilted to the ground in a field east of Jabara Airport’s runway.
According to a Federal Aviation Administration database, the airplane is a single-engine Scottish Aviation Series 100 Model 101 manufactured in 1972. The registered owners are Edward and Martha Hund of Wichita.