Australian investigators are probing an overrun during landing by a QantasLink Fokker 100 at the remote Newman airport in the west of the country.
The aircraft stopped about 100m beyond the far end of runway 05, which has a length of about 2,000m.
None of the passengers or crew members on the jet (VH-NHY), which was operating a service from Perth on 9 January, was injured.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau says it will be reviewing flight data, interviewing the flight crew, and examining the runway conditions.
Meteorological data from Newman airport at the time indicates crosswinds from the south-east at 22kt, gusting to 33kt, with visibility of 1,400m.
American Airlines originally took delivery of the twinjet in 1993. It was operated by carriers including Avianca Brazil before being picked up by Network Aviation – which operates the jet under the QantasLink brand – in 2015.