The single-engine aircraft was removed by airport crews and flights have resumed.
Billy Bishop City Airport has reopened after an aircraft became stuck on the main runway, temporarily closing the airport to all flights on Sunday.
At approximately 1:50 p.m. today a small, single-engine aircraft was attempting to land when it experienced mechanical difficulties and came to a rest.
April 8: The main runway has re-opened and flights have resumed. There may be some delays as we get back on schedule so please check with your airline. Thank you for your patience and apologies to passengers for any inconvenience.
— Billy Bishop Airport (@BBishopAirport) April 8, 2018