There was a large hole in the left wing of an A380 that came from a bolt in the nose gear.

When the large hole came to light during an inspection after landing in Brisbane, the large hole in the A380-800 was spotted by the pilot.

According to Avherald, the crew members told the tower that there was a blown tire on the plane. Emergency services were requested after the crew members suspected the damage.

The aircraft may have sustained damage during takeoff before landing on the runway. The aircraft got stuck on the runway.

Missing bolt and cap at the nose gear on Emirates A380. Image via Twitter

The large hole was found on the underside of the plane.

The three-year-old aircraft with the "Journey to the Future" livery was unable to leave for its return flight because it was not ready for takeoff.

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