Somalia has launched an investigation after a commercial plane made an emergency landing with a gaping hole in its fuselage in the capital, Mogadishu.
There were fears that the hole in the Daalo Airlines flight, bound for Djibouti, was caused by a bomb.
Reports said a person fell out of the hole, which appeared shortly after the plane took off from Mogadishu airport on Tuesday.
But Daalo Airlines says all 60 people on board have been accounted for.
Security officials say two passengers were hurt in the incident.
Some reports say a fire broke out shortly after take-off.
Darren Howe, who had a colleague on the plane, told the BBC that “it was not an explosion but a fuselage failure at 10,000ft”.
Daallo Airlines flies regularly from its base in Dubai to Somalia and Djibouti.
An aviation official told the Associated Press news agency that no evidence of a criminal act had so far been found.
Somalia is battling militant Islamist group al-Shabab that has been carrying out deadly attacks in its quest to establish an Islamic state.