Investigators will arrive at Doncaster's Robin Hood Airport this morning to examine a plane which suffered difficulties landing on Friday night.
The LinksAir plane remains next to the runway and cannot be moved until investigators arrive on site, airport officials said.
The airport is not expected to reopen until mid-morning, and passengers have been told to check with their airline before travelling.
We can confirm that investigators are due on site at 8am this morning (Saturday 16 August).
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