Investigations have begun after a Jat Airways Boeing 737-300 came off the runway at Istanbul Ataturk Airport.
The aircraft, registered YU-ANV, is a 21-year old jet which Flight's database ACAS lists as being owned by the carrier.
Images from the scene show that the twin-jet came to a halt on a grassy incline with its right-hand engine close to the ground, although the undercarriage appears to be deployed and intact.
It is unclear whether the aircraft has sustained damage, but all those on board - said to total 125 passengers and six crew - were reportedly uninjured. The aircraft is reported to be 50m off runway 06/24.
Weather details at the time of the incident have yet to be confirmed.
Jat Airways has just resumed operations following a technicians' strike last week which grounded the carrier.