A plane landing at Leeds Bradford Airport has skidded off the runway.
Emergency service crews, including fire and ambulances, are at the scene.
There are no reported injuries. The airport is now closed.
The Boeing 737-800 aircraft was flight TOM3551. It was landing in heavy rain after travelling from Corfu when the incident happened at around 1.53pm.
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said on X: “We are in attendance at an incident at Aircraft Ground Incident at Leeds Bradford Airport, in conjunction with other emergency services. At this time, there are no reported injuries or fires.
“West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service command unit has now been stood down, and remaining crews are now assisting in evacuating all persons from the aircraft to the terminal.”
In an update, a spokesperson for Leeds Bradford Airport said: “We can confirm there are no reported injuries from this incident and that all passengers have now safely disembarked the aircraft.
“The airport is now closed.
“We are working with the airline, relevant operations teams and emergency authorities to resolve this situation and return services safely as quickly as possible.
“We ask passengers to contact their airline to check the status of their flight before travelling to the airport.”
Tui said in a statement: “We are aware of an incident at Leeds Bradford Airport this afternoon, in which upon landing flight TOM3551 slightly veered off while turning into the taxiway.
“There are no reported injuries, and our ground team are on hand to support passengers as they disembark.”