A Southwest Airlines plane went off the runway Friday after landing at Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Nebraska, resulting in the airport's closure and the suspension of all flights.
The airport reopened late Friday following the closure, with a statement on Twitter warning there would be continued flight delays.
"Initial reports indicate Southwest flight #1643, a Boeing 737-800, traveling from Las Vegas to Omaha, slid onto a runway overrun area after landing and while taxiing to the terminal," Southwest confirmed to USA TODAY in a statement.
Omaha was the final destination for all passengers.
Eppley Airfield is now OPEN to aircraft operations. There may still be some flight delays. Please check with your airline for flight status.— Eppley Airfield (@OMAairport) January 18, 2019
The airport tweeted a statement about the incident.
"A Southwest Airlines aircraft is off the end of Runway 14R after landing at Eppley Airfield. There are no injuries and airport fire crews are working with Southwest to deplane the passengers and take them to the terminal," the airport wrote.
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There were 150 customers and six crew members onboard the aircraft," Southwest added. "We are working quickly to retrieve their luggage. We are gathering more details while working with the Omaha Airport Authority and will post additional media statements on SWAMedia.com as we learn more. Safety is always our top priority at Southwest, and we thank our Customers for their patience and understanding."
Passengers have documented the incident on social media.
Another Southwest Airlines plane skidded off the runway due to rainy weather in southern California at the end of last year.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Omaha airport reopens after Southwest Airlines plane goes off runway