Crew members have reportedly been suspended after a Vietnam Airlines A321 landed on a runway that was closed and under construction at Nha Trang Cam Ranh International Airport.
Airlive reported that the incident occurred on flight VN7344, from Ho Chi Minh City to Cam Ranh in Vietnam.
Passengers were held up after the plane landed on a runway that was not yet connected to the airport. The aircraft also suffered minor damages.
A total of 203 people were on board, including seven crew members and the captain, who was US citizen working for Vietnam Airlines since January 2018.
According to Airlive, both pilots have been suspended while an investigation into the incident is underway.
Passengers and luggage were transported to the airport, but it was unclear how the plane was recovered.