"There were no reported injuries".
A Southwest plane slid sideways on the taxi-way Wednesday while preparing for take-off at Baltimore-Washington International Airport. The FAA will investigate the incident.
The Boeing 737 had been scheduled to depart at 9:15 a.m.to Jamaica's Montego Bay but was delayed for over an hour before eventually taking off and sliding for about 10 seconds before coming to rest, Simmons said. In 2016, runway and taxiway excursions accounted for about a fifth of total accidents involving commercial aircraft.
The travelers were compelled to leave their own things as they left the airplane and were transported back to the terminal, where they held up to get onto another plane, Edmonds said. "The pavement condition tested within FAA standards".
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The Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport announced via Twitter that Southwest Airlines flights "continue to operate".
"The 143 passengers and six crewmembers safely deplaned via airstairs and were bussed to the airport terminal", a statement from Southwest Airlines issued to International Business Times read.
According to an airport spokesperson, 75 flights departed from Runway 15R-33L, where Flight 906 was headed for departure, before the incident took place. The skidding wasn't suspected to be a pavement issue, however, since ice-free and temperatures outside were above freezing.