QUEENS, New York (WABC) -- Another passenger flight was struck with a laser overnight.
The pilot of a Skylink Express flight reported the laser strike at about 1 a.m. Wednesday.
The plane was at an altitude of about 1,500 feet and about 4 miles northwest of Kennedy airport when the laser was reported.
It was coming from Ontario, Canada, and was landing at JFK. The plane landed safely.
A Federal Aviation Administration statement said the crew of Skylink Express Flight 9742 reported a green laser that illuminated the Hawker Beechcraft B1900 aircraft.
No injuries were reported. The plane is a 19-seat, twin-engine turbo prop. Other planes in the area were alerted.
The FAA and the New York City Police Department were investigating the incident.
Skylink Express flight heading into JFK targeted with laser overnight