The Beech 200 King Air plane came down shortly after 11am at the airport in Exeter. It is believed the light aircraft was on its way from Kent
A plane has crashed at Exeter Airport after its left landing gear collapsed.
Beech 200 King Air came down shortly after 11am and no injuries have been reported.
A spokesman for Exeter Airport said: “At 11.18 this morning a private Beech 200 King Air aircraft originating from Kent with one person on board experienced a rear undercarriage collapse upon landing.
“No-one was injured and the aircraft has been recovered.
“Scheduled airport operations are unaffected and the airport is open as usual.”
A South West Ambulance Services spokeswoman said: “We received a call from the Fire Service at 1100 regarding a plane incident at Exeter Airport.
“We dispatched a land ambulance, Operations Officer, a Hazardous Area Response Team and an Air Ambulance.
“All were stood down on scene and there were no conveyances to hospital.”