Nobody was injured Thursday night when a USAirways flight from Philadelphia to Buffalo made a precautionary landing at Buffalo Niagara International Airport because of a suspected brake problem.

C. Douglas Hartmayer, Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority spokesman, said the pilot of Flight 3786 radioed the Buffalo tower at 9:10 p.m. to report a possible situation with the CRJ-200 commuter jet’s brakes. As a precautionary measure, Hartmayer said the plane circled the airport for about 30 minutes to burn off excess fuel, while air-rescue-firefighting forces at the airport were alerted.

Both runways were shut down, Hartmayer said, but the flight landed on the main runway without incident at 9:50 p.m.