A SkyBahamas Airline's Saab 340 aircraft carrying 21 passengers skidded off the runway while landing at Marsh Harbor in the Bahamas on 13 June, according to reports.
None of the passengers or crew aboard the 34-seat aircraft, registration number C6-SBJ, was injured during the landing, which occurred after a flight from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, according to local media outlet The Abaconian.
The aircraft was manufactured in 1992 and owned by Swedish Aircraft Holdings, according to the Ascend online database.
It approached the runway at Marsh Harbor in the Abaco Islands from the west to land, and bounced three times on the runway during landing. The right wing and landing gear broke on the third bounce. Fuel spilled out and the engine caught fire, a passenger told The Abaconian.
Passengers and crew safely exited after the plane came to a rest.
The airline's CEO, Randy Butler, told the news outlet that the cause of the crash may have been related to weather.
SkyBahamas could not be reached for comment. The airline operates routes within the Bahamas and from the Bahamas to Fort Lauderdale.