The dramatic final moments of a Qantas flight with technical issues have been captured on camera.
In the video taken on Thursday, a crew member on Qantas flight QF2420 can be heard warning passengers to brace themselves for a priority landing.
"Heads down, stay down, heads down, stay down!" she yells in the footage.
The Qantaslink Dash-8 flight departed Newcastle at 7am (local time) and made an attempt to land just after an hour later upon arrival in Brisbane.
In a recording of the air traffic control communications, the pilot can be heard telling controllers that the aircraft would be performing a 'go-around' - essentially aborting the landing attempt and staying in the air.
"We will have to perform a manual gear extension, we will let you know when we are ready to come back," the pilot says.
A manual gear extension usually takes place when the landing gear hasn't extended down automatically as it's meant to.
Qantas confirmed to Newshub there was an issue with the landing gear onboard the aircraft.
"Our Newcastle to Brisbane flight conducted a priority landing on Thursday morning after receiving an indication light in the cockpit about a potential issue with the landing gear," a spokesperson said.
After the go-round, the aircraft circled above Moreton Island for around 70 minutes before returning to the airport where a full emergency services response had been activated.
"The pilots followed standard procedures and required checklists for this type of event," Qantas confirmed.
The aircraft then made a safe, but still dramatic landing, stopping on the runway before being surrounded by emergency vehicles.
Qantas told Newshub its engineers established the indication light was caused by a faulty sensor and the landing gear itself was functioning normally during the flight.
There were approximately 60 passengers onboard. None were injured.