Authorities are investigating an incident of a laser being shined at a plane headed to Logan airport on Monday night.
The green laser was spotted by the crew of the Air Canada plane as it was about 10 minutes from landing at Logan on Sunday night, Boston.com reported.
The Federal Aviation Administration said that the plane from Toronto was 3,000 feet above the ground and about 10 miles north of the airport when the incident occurred. The plane landed safely around 10:40 p.m. Sunday.
Federal law prohibits shining lasers at planes because lasers refract through windshields and can fill cockpits with light, potentially leading to temporary blindness in pilots and putting the passengers at risk.
Massachusetts State Police are investigating the incident.