An All Nippon Airways aircraft carrying a total of 213 people landed safely at an airport in Hokkaido in northern Japan on Wednesday after a hydraulic system issue was detected.

The airline said oil leaked from the Boeing 787 plane, which had departed from Tokyo's Haneda airport and landed at New Chitose Airport, resulting in what appears to be white smoke, possibly due to the oil vaporizing as it neared the engines. There were no reports of injuries, according to authorities.

The airport notified local firefighters of the incident at around 5:35 p.m., but they did not have to hose water on the plane as the smoke reported initially was no longer seen after the aircraft landed.

The airport briefly suspended the use of its two runways but resumed operations around 10 minutes later for the one not used for the landing. The plane was later towed to an airport apron.