Qantas plane catches on FIRE as pilots are forced to make a terrifying emergency landing at Sydney Airport
- A Qantas flight has made an emergency landing after it caught on fire
- The Qantas Link aircraft was travelling from Lord Howe Island to Sydney Airport
- All 20 passengers who were onboard the plane are safe and accounted for
Passengers onboard a Qantas flight have been evacuated after the plane caught on fire upon landing.
The Qantas Link Dash-8 aircraft was travelling from Lord Howe Island, in the Tasman Sea, to Sydney Airport when it was forced to make an emergency landing.
All 24 passengers onboard the flight were safely evacuated and no one was injured.
A fire started near the aircraft’s tyres after the plane had landed.
A Qantas Link aircraft (pictured) has made an emergency landing at Sydney Airport after its break lining caught on fire during its descent
There was no smoke in the cabin.
The fire has since been put out. Both fire and rescue and ambulance crews are at the scene.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Qantas for comment.
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