The Palm Beach County's Sheriff's Office said the plane landed at Palm Beach International Airport about 9 p.m. Monday, the Palm Beach Post reported.
It was not clear where the plane had departed from.
The sheriff's office said the pointing of lasers at airplanes is an ongoing problem.
Use of a green laser on someone operating a motor vehicle, vessel or aircraft that results in bodily injury is a second-degree felony. The charge could be raised to a first-degree felony if the use caused a plane to crash.
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