Belly landing

(of an aviator) to land (an aircraft) directly on the fuselage, as because of defective landing gear.
(of an aircraft) to land directly on the fuselage, without using the landing gear.
Historical Examples

A Yankee Flier Over Berlin Al Avery

the landing of an aircraft on its fuselage without use of its landing gear


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