Pilot Unhurt After Cambridge Plane Crash

A student pilot has walked away unhurt after crashing at Cambridge Airport at the end of a training flight.

The trainee was flying a Tiger Moth aircraft and misjudged the landing at around 10:25am today (Wednesday).

The aircraft then came to a standstill on grass near the runway at Cambridge Airport [pictured - right].

A spokesperson for Cambridge Airport said: "Emergency vehicles were dispatched to the scene but were not required.

The minor incident did not affect airport operations in any way and business has continued as usual throughout the day."

The incident has been reported to The Air Accident Investigation Branch.

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