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A New Zealand-registered Boeing 737 has crash-landed at Honiara airport in the Solomon Islands.
No one was injured in the incident, in which the right-side landing gear collapsed as the plane landed.
The plane had just landed at Honiara International Airport - formally known as Henderson Field - when the incident happened today.
The equipment collapse caused the plane to come to a "sudden halt on the tarmac", a spokesman for aviation company Airwork Group said.
Only a couple of crew members were aboard and they were uninjured, he said, speaking from New Zealand.
The aircraft was flying under the livery of Australian-based freight company Toll.
"All the required authorities have been informed and a full investigation is in process," the spokesman said.
It was not known where the plane had travelled from or what it was carrying.