A passenger plane late Saturday skidded off the runway just metres away from the sea as it landed at an airport in northern Turkey, local media images showed.
The private carrier Pegasus Airlines' Boeing 737-800 departed from Ankara late on January 13. No one was injured or killed in the landing.
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Several Turkish Airlines flights in and out of the airport were canceled, as photographs from the scene showed the plane stuck in mud.
Pegasus Airlines said in a statement that the Boeing 737-800 aircraft, flying from Ankara to Trabzon, "had a runway excursion incident" as it landed but the 162 passengers, two pilots and four cabin crew were unhurt.
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The cause of the incident was not known but an investigation is under way, the Trabzon governor's office said. "There was panic; people shouting, screaming", she told state-run news agency Anadolu.
The airport shut as the passengers were evacuated.
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