Plane crash lands at Sydney airport

NSW Fire and Rescue was called to the airport about 3.40pm on Friday after a plane - believed to be an ex-military jet - crash-landed, an RFS spokeswoman told AAP. Photo / 123rf
NSW Fire and Rescue was called to the airport about 3.40pm on Friday after a plane - believed to be an ex-military jet - crash-landed, an RFS spokeswoman told AAP. Photo / 123rf

Firefighters have been called to a crash-landing at Sydney's Bankstown Airport.

NSW Fire and Rescue was called to the airport about 3.40pm on Friday after a plane - believed to be an ex-military jet - crash-landed, an RFS spokeswoman told AAP.

"All persons are safely out of the aircraft but there's a fuel spillage," she said.

- AAP

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