A US Navy plane flying in rainy weather overshot a runway at a military base in Hawaii and splashed into Kaneohe Bay, authorities have said.
All nine people on board escaped without injury, the coast guard reported.
Petty Officer Ryan Fisher, a coast guard spokesperson, said a rescue operation was called off after “all parties involved” were accounted for.
Honolulu Fire Department reported receiving the call at 2.06pm local time and sent several units to the scene, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported.
Weather conditions were cloudy and rainy at the time with visibility of about a mile, said Thomas Vaughan, a National Weather Service meteorologist in the Hawaiian capital.
It was unclear what caused the P-8A aircraft to go off the runway at Marine Corps Base Hawaii on Monday. The aircraft is often used to hunt for submarines and for reconnaissance and intelligence gathering.
The P-8A is manufactured by Boeing and shares many parts with the 737 commercial jet.