Airport officials said the small aircraft crashed on a runway a little after five p.m.
Aimee Thibodeau, the airport's marketing and business development manager, said no one was hurt.
As part of standard protocol, that part of the runway was shut down while the plane was removed.
The plane's propeller was damaged and more damage could be seen under the nose of the plane.
The FAA will be looking into what caused the aircraft to crash.