The 244 people aboard were taken by bus to the terminal
because the plane could not taxi from the runway, the Qantas spokeswoman said on condition of anonymity due to company policy.
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The airliner was one of six A380s that Qantas has put in service since 2008, she said.
The incident caused brief panic among several passengers, 진안출장업소
reports CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer.
"Oh my god, wer'e on fire! The wheels are on fire," one woman is heard saying on a video recorded on a fellow passenger's phone as she looks out her window to see sparks flying.
Qantas had never before had such a problem with A380 and engineers had yet to determine the cause, the spokeswoman said.
The airliner was cleared from the runway early Thursday and had yet to be returned to service, she said.
The fault comes a day after a Qantas 747 jumbo with 414 people aboard bound for Singapore was forced to turn back to Sydney 45 minutes after takeoff on Tuesday evening because of an engine problem.
It landed safely after dumping fuel, and about four hours later passengers were put on another flight to Singapore.