There's been another plane accident in Indonesia's Papua province after a Cessna skidded off a runway in the Highlands region.
Antara news agency reported that the Air Asia One aircraft skidded off the airfield at Ilaga in Puncak Jaya this morning.
After landing on its flight from Timika, the Cessna lost control and its wings were damaged.
Police say there were no casualties in the accident.
Ilaga was the scene of another light airplane crach in 2009 which killed ten people.
Today's accident is just the latest in a recent string of Indonesian air safety mishaps in Papua's mountainous interior.
Last month a Trigana Air plane touching down at Wamena in the Highlands slammed into the runway and lost its landing gear.
In June, a Cessna smashed into several houses near another Highlands airport, at Yahukimo.
In August 2015, a Trigana aircraft crashed in bad weather near Oksibil, killing twelve.