A Lufthansa passenger plane flying from Frankfurt into Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris skidded off the runway after landing.
The A320 flight carrying 150 passengers was pulling into the terminal at 1.40pm on Wednesday when the incident took place. The plane was flying from Frankfurt into Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris. Reportedly, the aircraft, flight LH1034, touched down normally. However, on taxiing to the terminal, the left main gear wheel rolled off the tarmac and onto the grass. There were no reports of any injuries and the aircraft continued on to its parking position. However, on taxiing to the terminal, the left main gear wheel rolled off the tarmac and onto the grass, he added. The Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety is carrying out an investigation into what caused the incident, according to Air Live. The return flight LH1035 has reportedly since been cancelled. There were no injuries and all passengers and crew disembarked safely after being taken to the terminal by bus.
Charles de Gaulle airport have been contacted for a comment but there is still no answer.