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A Delta Airplane Slid Off An Icy Runway In Kansas City

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A Delta Airplane Slid Off An Icy Runway In Kansas City

A Delta Airplane Slid Off An Icy Runway In Kansas City

A Delta Air Lines plane slid off an icy runway Friday morning with its front wheel impacting the grass.

The aircraft was taxiing to be de-iced in preparation for departure when the incident occurred.

According to Business Insider, the incident occurred at Kansas City International Airport early Friday morning.

A spokesperson for the airline confirmed that the aircraft was getting ready for a flight to Detroit.


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