Two males have been taken to hospital after a aircraft crash on the Sunshine Coast Airport.
Emergency providers have been referred to as to the crash at Marcoola simply earlier than 4pm on Thursday.
Paramedics handled two males, each aged of their 30s, with certainly one of them understood to have suffered neck ache.
Both males have been taken to Sunshine Coast University Hospital in a steady situation.
Sunshine Coast Aero Club and Flying School president Warren Schulz stated he noticed a pilot with 20 years’ expertise land a Eurofox gentle aircraft on one wheel throughout a flying lesson with a pupil.
“It’s a tail-wheel aircraft, which means it doesn’t have a wheel on its nose,” Mr Schulz told the Courier Mail.
He stated the plane misplaced certainly one of its essential touchdown wheels.
“(The pilot) has landed on one wheel, which is almost an impossible task,” he stated.
“I guess the whole incident was a credit to his skill.”
NCA NewsWire is in search of remark from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.