Usually the first flight arrival into a brand new airport comes with a ceremony, media coverage and tarmac covered in officials and excited locals.
But that's not been the case for the new Nancy Bird Walton Western Sydney Airport.
Despite the airport being barely more than a building site and not being scheduled to open for several years, it's already had its first aircraft landing, albeit accidentally.
A Piper PA28 with two people onboard made an emergency landing in the area that will one day be a busy commercial runway.
A witness sent a photo of the plane to radio station 2GB, who shared it on Twitter.
The flight wasn't met by excited officials but instead fire, police and ambulance crews which were on the tarmac in case of any injuries.
Luckily there were none and both people onboard were taken from the scene for checks.
Channel 9 is reporting it was a training flight with an instructor and student onboard, and was forced to land due to a mechanical problem.
The new AU$5.3 billion airport is expected to ease congestion at Sydney’s Kingsford Smith International Airport, but isn't due to open until at least 2026.