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dated: 2022-11-25 17:24:02 .
Canada’s Transportation Safety Board (TSB) is following an investigation into a plane that overran the runway at Region Waterloo International Airport (YKF) on Friday morning.
The incident occurred around 6:25 a.m. when flight FLE501 took off from Vancouver International Airport (YVR).
“Flair Airlines Vancouver to Kitchener-Waterloo F8 501 ran off the runway at the end of the landing at Waterloo Area International Airport,” a Fair Airlines spokesperson told Narcity. “No injuries were reported. The passengers disembarked from the plane and were transported by bus to the terminal. The safety and well-being of our passengers and crew is our top priority.”
There were 134 passengers and 6 crew members in the Boeing 787 when it overran the runway.
Several pictures and videos on social media show the plane on the grass.
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It is still unclear what led to Friday’s incident.
As a result, all flights scheduled to depart and arrive at Waterloo International Airport on Friday have been cancelled.
The flight schedule for Saturday will still be on time.
“Runway 08/26 at CYKF is closed,” a Traffic Safety Committee official confirmed to Narcity.
u201c#TSBAir is sending a team of investigators to the area of Waterloo International Airport, ON following a runway violation on November 25, 2022. TSB will be gathering information and evaluating the incident.
— TSB Canada (@TSB Canada)
The TSB also confirmed its investigation in a tweet, saying it would “gather information and assess the incident”, while listing the runway breach as an issue on its watch list, which “identifies the main safety issues it is addressing”. to make Canada’s transportation system even safer.”
According to the TSB, there have been an average of 9.3 overflows per year at Canadian airports since 2005.
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A Flair Airlines plane has veered off the runway in Waterloo and TSB officers are investigating
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