Landing gear on plane carrying 59 collapsed during touchdown, airport says

No passengers on board the Flybe flight to Amsterdam were injured.

— -- It was a rocky and scary landing for passengers on board a Flybe flight arriving in the Netherlands today from Edinburgh, Scotland.

"Flybe can confirm that there has been an incident involving one of our aircraft," the airline said in a statement. "The incident occurred at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport at approximately [4:59 p.m.] local time."

In a statement, the airport said the plane's landing gear "collapsed during touchdown," with 59 people on board.

"Nobody is injured," and the "cause of the incident is being investigated," the statement said.

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Flybe said all passengers on board the Bombardier Q-400 had been transported to the airport terminal.

"All 59 passengers who were on board have now left the airport to continue their journeys," Flybe said.

In a statement, Flybe CEO Christine Ourmieres-Widener said: "The safety and well-being of our passengers and crew is our greatest concern. ... We will now do all we can to understand the cause of this incident and we have sent a specialist team to offer any assistance it can to the investigation."