CHICAGO – The Federal Aviation Administration says a Boeing 737-900 from Seattle to Chicago slid off a runway during O’Hare International Airport.
United Airlines orator Charles Hobart says there were no injuries. He says a aircraft landed safely though afterwards taxied only over a runway’s turnoff point.
The FAA says a slide-off happened during 7:55 a.m. Wednesday with United Flight 1977. The group says a aircraft shop-worn airfield lights. It was towed to a embankment and passengers deplaned normally.
United didn’t immediately contend how many people were onboard a plane.
The FAA says it’s investigating.
Snow was descending in a Chicago area Wednesday morning. United pronounced it hasn’t dynamic if continue was a cause in a incident.