TSB To Investigate Westjet 737 Runway Skid

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has launched an investigation after a 737 aircraft operated by Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet skidded off the runway at Montreal Trudeau Airport on Friday (June 5).

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has launched an investigation after a 737 aircraft operated by Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet skidded off the runway at Montreal Trudeau Airport on Friday (June 5).

In a statement, WestJet said that the 737 stopped around 50 feet onto the grass at the end of the runway but no physical damage had occurred to the aircraft.

WestJet also confirmed that none of the 737’s 110 passengers were injured following its arrival from Toronto and the aircraft was to be removed from service for inspection.

TSB will now send investigators to the site of the incident.

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