A small plane has crash-landed at a Sydney airport, injuring two people.
Police say the single engine Cessna 210 carrying a pilot and two passengers had "a heavy landing" at Bankstown Airport about 2.30pm (AEDT).
"The plane had just taken off and appeared to have experienced an engine problem and loss of power," a police spokeswoman said.
"It then basically landed back onto the runway and slid off the end of the runway into grass, where it tipped onto its nose."
The NSW ambulance service says two men suffered minor injuries and were taken to Bankstown and Liverpool hospitals for treatment.
A third person was treated at the scene.