Cranes lift a Boeing 737-800 of Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines in Trabzon, Turkey, on Thursday. The plane skidded off a runway and stopped on a slope meters away from the Black Sea on Saturday. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

Cranes lift a Boeing 737-800 of Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines in Trabzon, Turkey, on Thursday. The plane skidded off a runway and stopped on a slope meters away from the Black Sea on Saturday. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

How do you retrieve an errant Boeing 737 from a muddy slope?

Turkish authorities used cranes to lift a plane that skidded off a runway.

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