Lake Havasu City, Arizona – A military jet crashed Tuesday morning at Lake Havasu Airport.
According to the United States Air Force, an F-16C aircraft was diverted to the 56th Fighter Wing assigned to Luke Air Force Base in London Glendale, Arizona and attempted to land at Lake Havasu Airport around 10:30
officials say in that the aircraft left the groomed surface and the pilot ejected. The pilot is in good condition and is expected to be in order.
An F-16C assigned to the 56th Fighter Wing attempted to land today at 10:35 am at Lake Havasu City Municipal Airport, Lake Havasu City, Arizona, during a training flight. 1/4
– Luke Air Force Base (@ LukeAFB) April 24, 2018
The Flight was a routine training flight
Official reports said the affected pilot was dismissed from the Havasu Regional Medical Center Tuesday 1965.
Luke Air Force Base personnel are on their way to recover the plane.
According to officials, Luke Air Force Base operations resumed this afternoon after a break of several hours.
Lake Havasu Airport is located at 5600 Old State Highway 95 in Lake Havasu City.