A man had 'a lucky escape' when his plane missed the runway and landed in a nearby field.
Emergency services, including the air ambulance, were called to the crash at Wolverhampton Halfpenny Green Airport in south Staffordshire just before midday on Saturday.
The male pilot suffered minor injuries and the plane - a lime green Cassutt Racer - was only slightly damaged.
Flight information service officer at the airport Tony Rowlands said the crash had been as a result of partial engine failure.
At the scene, West Midlands Ambulance paramedic Huw Jones tweeted: "Only one occupant of the aircraft, and he's had a lucky escape. Minor injuries only and currently been assessed by our crew."