FAA: Plane Crashes at Neb. Airport; No Injuries

faaOMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Authorities say a small plane has crashed while landing at an airport in Omaha, but there are no injuries.

The Federal Aviation Administration says the crash happened Wednesday afternoon at Millard Airport as the single-engine Aeronca aircraft was landing. It bounced, damaging the front landing gear.

FAA spokesman Tony Molinaro in Chicago says two people including the pilot were on board. No one was injured.

Additional information about the plane is limited. FAA records show it was registered in Nebraska, but the name of its owner is not available.