Japan's ANA plane overruns runway, no injuries reported
TOKYO - An All Nippon Airways flight from Tokyo's Haneda airport overran the runway at a northern Japanese airport, the airline said Sunday.
None of the 161 passengers and six crew members were injured and no damage to the Boeing 737-800 plane was reported after the incident late Saturday, ANA said in a statement.
Japan's transport ministry however considered it a serious incident that could have caused a disaster and sent investigators to the scene.
An ANA spokesman denied an earlier report that the aircraft's automatic braking system failed.