The Eindhoven airport in the Netherlands is closed for civilian traffic following the crash of a Dutch Coast Guard aircraft on June 8.
According to the defense ministry, a Dornier patrol aircraft suffered a blowout during a landing at the in the afternoon hours of June 8. The aircraft overshot the runway but the two crew members were unharmed, the ministry added.
The ministry only acknowledged the aircraft was damaged, without revealing further details.
The Dutch Coast Guard Dornier aircraft are stationed at Schiphol, but 334 Squadron at Eindhoven flies them.
The crew was on a training flight which included a landing at the Eindhoven airport. The pilots had been scheduled to return to Schiphol afterwards.
The Dutch Safety Board has already started an investigation into the accident.