An aviation expert said that the plane holed 1 in a million.

A large hole was found on the side of the A380 as it flew from the airline's hub to Australia.

According to the Aviation Herald, the pilots of flight EK450 contacted Air Traffic Control at the airport to report that they had blown a tire on take-off, and requested to be met by emergency services on landing.

The plane made a safe landing and no one was injured.

Patrick, a passenger on the flight, said he heard a noise 45 minutes into the flight.

He said that he felt the bang through the floor.

The cabin crew was calm and stopped the food service to check the engines.

Emirates Airbus A380 (A6-EVK) departed rwy 30L at Dubai (OMDB), VAE on flight #EK430 to Brisbane, Qld, Australia where it landed safely. After landing, a large hole was seen in the left fuselage, allegedly coming from a detached bolt in the nosegear.

— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) July 2, 2022

A former commercial pilot and senior lecturer in aviation studies at London's Kingston University said that the incident was very unusual.

I think it is a one in a million case. It's something we don't see often.

On July 1st, a technical fault caused the flight EK430 to be unable to land in Australia. A small portion of the aerodynamic fairing, which is an outer panel or the skin of the aircraft, was damaged when one of the aircraft's 22 tires broke.

It didn't have an impact on the aircraft's structure. All passengers disembarked as scheduled after the aircraft made a safe landing.

All relevant authorities, as well as engineers, inspected and cleared the replacement of the fairing. Our priority has always been the safety of our passengers and crew.