A 1939 Waco biplane crash-landed and flipped over on a runway at the RockcliffeAirport Sunday afternoon sending two people to hospital.
Three people were on board and all are in stable condition, paramedics said.
Paramedics assessed all three passengers on the runway.
“The plane was upside down upon upon arrival,” said paramedic Supt. Supt. Jean Hamel.
A 64-year-old man suffered spinal injuries and a 66-year-old woman suffered an arm injury, said Hamel.
The 53-year-old male pilot was assessed but did not require treatment, he said.
Fire crews were called in to contain a fuel spill, a spokesperson said.
The plane, operated by Central Aviation Inc, was on a site-seeing tour, said company spokesperson John Cummings. The company will do a full investigation into the “landing incident” he said.