Plane slides off runway at Detroit airport

According to the Detroit Free Press, Delta Air Lines Flight DL 724 had just landed at Detroit Metropolitan Airport following a flight from Buffalo when it began turning off the runway and onto the taxiway.

No passengers were injured and customers were helped off the tail of the MD-88 plane and bussed to the airport terminal.

A Delta plane with 65 passengers and five crew members skidded off the runway and onto snowy grass as it landed at a MI airport.

China's civil aviation regulator is investigating an incident at Pudong airport involving a US airliner crossing a runway without permission while another plane was about to take off, the regulator said over the weekend. The Airport Authority and Delta Air Lines worked together to safely deplane the passengers and transport them to the terminal. The cause is under investigation.

Delta spokesman Anthony Black told Lambert that the 8:30 a.m. flight to San Diego was able to resume after a short delay.

The airport said operations were continuing at the airport despite the incident, but advised travelers to confirm their flight status due to weather conditions.

Up to 10 inches of snow are expected to fall in parts of MI, and parts of Vermont in the east could see up to a foot.

A blast of winter weather has affected much of the country, with snow falling throughout the day Sunday. "Telling you exactly where to go, so they did a good job", he added.

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