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Emergency landing closes runway at Tokyo's Haneda airport

  • A Hawaiian Airlines jet is seen on tarmac after making an emergency landing at Haneda airport in Tokyo, Monday, July 18, 2016.  A runway is closed at the Tokyo’s main airport after the jet punctured tires while making an emergency landing. Japanese media report that eight tires blew out when the Airbus A330 returned to Haneda Airport early Monday morning after a display indicated a problem in the hydraulic system. (Hiroki Yamauchi/Kyodo News via AP) JAPAN OUT, CREDIT MANDATORY

    A Hawaiian Airlines jet is seen on tarmac after making an emergency landing at Haneda airport in Tokyo, Monday, July 18, 2016. A runway is closed at the Tokyo’s main airport after the jet punctured tires while making an emergency landing. Japanese media report that eight tires blew out when the Airbus A330 returned to Haneda Airport early Monday morning after a display indicated a problem in the hydraulic system. (Hiroki Yamauchi/Kyodo News via AP) JAPAN OUT, CREDIT MANDATORY  (The Associated Press)

  • A Hawaiian Airlines jet is seen on tarmac after making an emergency landing at Haneda airport in Tokyo, Monday, July 18, 2016.  A runway is closed at the Tokyo’s main airport after the jet punctured tires while making an emergency landing. Japanese media report that eight tires blew out when the Airbus A330 returned to Haneda Airport early Monday morning after a display indicated a problem in the hydraulic system. (Hiroki Yamauchi/Kyodo News via AP)

    A Hawaiian Airlines jet is seen on tarmac after making an emergency landing at Haneda airport in Tokyo, Monday, July 18, 2016. A runway is closed at the Tokyo’s main airport after the jet punctured tires while making an emergency landing. Japanese media report that eight tires blew out when the Airbus A330 returned to Haneda Airport early Monday morning after a display indicated a problem in the hydraulic system. (Hiroki Yamauchi/Kyodo News via AP)  (The Associated Press)

A runway has been closed at one of Tokyo's main airports after a Hawaiian Airlines jet punctured its tires while making an emergency landing.

Japanese media report that eight tires blew out when the Airbus A330 returned to Haneda Airport early Monday morning after a display indicated a problem in the hydraulic system. They say that none of the 293 passengers and crew on board were injured.

The plane remained on the runway after daybreak Monday as workers replaced the tires.

Japan Airlines cancelled some domestic flights, and warned of the possibility of other flight disruptions. Haneda Airport said that international flights have not been affected.