Anchorage, Alaska (AP) Alaska Airlines has suspended the use of a plane to fly passengers to Las Vegas after a plane crashed at the Anchorage airport.
The Alaska Airlines spokeswoman said Monday that no one has died and the airline was conducting an investigation.
The flight was carrying a group of people, including Alaska Airlines employees, when the plane crashed, according to the Alaska Airlines website.
No passengers or crew were injured, the spokeswoman said.
The Boeing 737-800 crashed into the center of the runway at the downtown Anchorage airport Monday morning.
It is unclear if the cause of the crash is under investigation.