Flights at East Midlands Airport, Leicestershire, resumed after Spitfire emergency
Flights have resumed at East Midlands Airport after a "collapsed" Spitfire was cleared from the runway.
The incident happened at about 3.20pm, as the Spitfire made a scheduled landing at the Castle Donington airport.
Nobody was hurt in the incident and the runway was cleared at around 6pm.
A spokeswoman for the airport said: "Basically, a Spitfire plane was coming in to land, and upon landing the undercarriage collapsed."
Seven flights that were due to land at the airport were diverted to Birmingham.