An antique two-seater bi plane overturned during landing Saturday about 5 p.m. at the Bayport Aerodrome but neither the pilot or passenger in the plane were injured, according to Suffolk Police.
It is the second such aviation incident at the small grass field Islip Town-owned airport in the last six weeks.
According to a Newsday report, the pilot was a 54-year-old Huntington resident, Steve Martin and the passenger was 67-year-old Tom Paradise of Alexandria, Va., The crash landing, according to Newsday, was tied to the plane's landing gear tail fin.
The previous incident, on July 7, involved a small biplane that crashed on the runway while on takeoff when the pilot hit the brakes at the final minute due to turbulence, according to the police. The pilot, and a female passenger, suffered minor injuries in that incident.
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The Aerodrome is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a national historic district.