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SAN ANTONIO, Texas – A small plane made an emergency landing at San Antonio International Airport this afternoon after experiencing problems with landing gear.

The plane landed on its belly after circling the airport for about two hours, trying to drop all fuel.

Officials said the plane’s landing gear was stuck and wouldn’t deploy.

Four people, including the pilot, were on board and they all got off safely.

The plane is a Beechcraft Bonanza A36.

It is registered to Angel Brothers Aviation in Baytown, Texas, just outside of Houston.