Australia's transport safety watchdog is investigating after a plane was badly damaged during a hard landing at Canberra Airport on Sunday.
The Virgin plane encountered windshear and hit the runaway as it was flying in from Sydney, according to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.
"The aircraft landed hard, and the tail skid and underside of the rear fuselage contacted the runway," an initial investigation brief said.
The plane sustained "substantial damage" as a result but no injuries were reported.
It is the first time in at least a decade that the watchdog has investigated an incident involving windshear at Canberra Airport.
A Virgin Australia spokeswoman said the airline was working with the safety bureau on its investigation.
"The safety of our guests, crew and aircraft is our highest priority," she said.
Safety bureau investigators have since inspected the aircraft and seized the flight data recorders. They will also interview the plane's flight crew.
The watchdog investigates incidents where there is potential to improve procedures and policies around public safety.
"If there is no obvious public safety benefit to investigating an accident, the ATSB is less likely to conduct a complex, resource-intensive investigation," a safety bureau spokesman said.
In the past decade, there have been 85 windshear, microburst or turbulence incidents at or near Canberra Airport, 23 of which involved windshear.
Last year, there were more than 17,000 transport incidents across Australia reported to the bureau - about 46 a day on average.
More than 5000 of those were aviation-related and the bureau completed 39 investigations into air transport as a result.
The investigation into Sunday's incident is expected to be completed by March.
With Tom McIlroy