An aviator has died after a plane crashed during a show in France.
The crash happened on Monday at the Paris Airshow and involved a Boeing 737, which crashed at around 2pm local time (2:00am GMT).
The Airbus A320, which is a jetliner, landed on the outskirts of the town of Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray near a runway at about 4pm local times.
The pilot was reportedly killed and three people were injured, the French newspaper Le Figaro reported.
The airport, which has a capacity of about 3,200 people, was temporarily closed.
Airshow officials said that there was no immediate evidence of any mechanical problems with the plane or its cargo.
However, the pilot was apparently wearing a helmet and a harness, and was able to eject.
The accident took place as the Airbus A319, which was flying a demonstration flight, was returning from the airshow in Saint-Etienne, which runs from June 9 to July 5.
In 2014, a Boeing 777, also flying a simulated airshow flight, crashed during its return flight from the same airshow.
A pilot who had been training for the event died in the crash.