Dozens of Sunshine Coast Airport stakeholders including firefighters, aviation business owners and airport staff will this week practice a response to a serious incident on the facility's $334 million new runway.

A full field exercise is planned for Wednesday at Sunshine Coast Airport.

A scenario where a Fokker 70 jet with a capacity of 80 passengers has run off the western end of the runway and become bogged will be played out.

The "jet" in the scenario will have come to rest in boggy ground at the western end of the airfield, according to exercise documents.

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Aviation firefighters are set to be called upon to respond, with reports of a fuel leak to be made while an evacuation is carried out for the training exercise.

It comes after concerns were raised recently about the ability of emergency services to access a stricken aircraft off the western side of the runway in the boggy area.

But those concerns were hosed down by airport sources who said there were no issues with access.

More than 50 people are expected to take part in the full field exercise.

It is a follow-up to a desktop exercise last December.

Sunshine Coast Airport spokeswoman Ayllie White said in the event of an aircraft going off the runway the Airservices' Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Services based at the airport would be first responders.

"The emergency access arrangements and response times for all areas of the runway meet the requirements of the relevant regulations," she said.

"There are a number of access points to and from the airport, including the primary access point near the terminal building as well as via Finland Road."

Ms White said this week's exercise would allow the airport to test its emergency plan.

"The site of the exercise was chosen for a number of reasons - it allows us to practice our emergency response on the new airfield and it also allows airport operations to carry on unencumbered by our activity."