A twin-engine Cessna with four people on board landed safely after sending out a distress alert to the Kamloops airport Wednesday afternoon.
Airport manager Fred Legace said the call came in to Nav Canada at 1:33 p.m. that the aircraft was reporting an oil pressure problem.
The Cessna 414 was flying out of Port Hardy. Legace didn't know where it was headed, but he didn't think it was Kamloops.
The plane was carrying four people and 950 gallons of fuel.
Police, fire and ambulance were all on deck when the plane landed safely. Everyone was put on stand down by 1:57 p.m.
"They got into Kamloops, landed and parked on its own," he said.
The privately owned aircraft was getting a thorough inspection at the airport.