No one was injured Wednesday morning when an aircraft went off the runway at the Allegheny County Airport.

Three people were on board the private HondaJet plane when it left the runway around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Allegheny County Airport Authority spokesman Bob Kerlik said.

HondaJet planes are designed for business travel and typically have between five and 10 passenger seats, depending on the model, according to the manufacturer’s website. 

None of the passengers reported injuries when emergency personnel responded to the scene.

The Allegheny County Airport sees mostly private planes and medical helicopter flights. It is also the home of the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics.

The region received heavy snow Wednesday morning, causing some visibility issues, but a cause of the incident has not yet been determined.