Questions remain about Dreamlifter landing
The Dreamlifter is no longer at Jabara Airport ... but the investigation into how it got there is just beginning.
Representatives from the FAA, Boeing and Atlas Aircraft worldwide have all said they are looking into how one of the world's largest cargo planes landed at a small private airport in north Wichita.
Boeing and Atlas say they'll work together to find out what happened Wednesday night.
An Atlas spokesperson issued the following statement ...
"We are currently providing our full assistance and cooperation to the regulatory authorities who are investigating the landing and do not have any additional comment at this time."
The spokesperson from Atlas would not comment on whether the pilots who landed the Dreamlifter have been suspended or fired.