A passenger plane has crashed into the sea after missing the runway of a tiny Pacific island.
Air Niugini is the national airline of Papua New Guinea and has been in operation since 1973.
Social media posts shows a series of small boats helping passengers from the submerged aircraft.
"Air Niugini can confirm that all on board were able to safely evacuate the aircraft", the firm said in a brief statement.
The passengers and crew were taken to hospital for a checkup, with the airport authorities saying that the incident did not result in any major injuries.
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"I thought, well, this is not like the way it's supposed to happen", he said.
"Then I went back to my workplace and somebody told me, and I looked from the rooftop and the plane was starting to go underwater", he told Guardian Australia.
"On a normal landing you end up 30m from the end of the runway and the end of the runway means water", he said. "The officials were about 10 minutes". That's a 6,013-foot runway, which is on the shorter side for an airport with airline service.
A Boeing 737 crash-landed into Chuuk Lagoon in the Federated States of Micronesia as it attempted to land at Weno International Airport on Friday. All passengers and crew reported safe.
"It landed in the water about 160 yards [145 metres] off shore".