Inverness Airport was closed this morning after a passenger plane left a taxi-way and went on to the grass near the terminal building
The twin engined turbo prop Flybe aircraft had just touched down after flying north from Manchester.
It is not known if ice contributed to the accident.
The airport is due to reopen about 2pm. It is understood the aircraft was carrying 47 passengers and two air crew.
Police later interviewed passengers and crew in the terminal building.
The airport’s own fire units attended with two fire units from Inverness, one from Nairn along with the fire service’s heavy rescue unit and foam unit.
Earlier this month a similar plane operated by Loganair for Flybe left the runway at Stornoway Airport as it tried to take off in strong winds.