160 forced to disembark in Boston after plane burst tires on landing

According to the airline involved, more than 150 passengers had to disembark a plane at Logan International Airport in Boston after the plane burst a tire on landing at around 11 a.m. on Sunday. The video of a passenger who was on the plane shows flight attendants telling passengers to lower their heads. Passengers speaking to NewsCenter 5’s Emily Maher said the pilot skillfully maneuvered the plane and landed it smoothly. It was hard, it was very scary because we didn’t know whether the landing gear would hold, whether the tire would burst, whether we would spin and they would have to foam up the runway and we would have to get off on the slides, “said passenger John Coutinho. After the plane was disabled at Logan airfield, 154 passengers and six crew members disembarked and were taken to the terminal. According to the Allegiant spokesman, passengers who left their information with the airline would have their luggage sent by courier decided to wait for their luggage in Logan, but had to wait hours to collect their things. “They didn’t let us withdraw anything, so my wallet (and) my debit card is with us. I couldn’t eat out or anything, “said passenger Justin Hebert.” I would have liked to have been to a bar and watched the Patriots win, but unfortunately I can’t. “The Allegiant Air spokesman said that no passengers or Crew members were injured, which was later confirmed by the Massachusetts Port Authority. Massport officials also said the incident had minimal impact on the operations of Logan Airport, but the Allegiant plane was still on the tarmac at 6:00 p.m. Sunday .

According to the airline involved, more than 150 passengers had to get off a plane at Boston’s Logan International Airport after the plane burst a tire on landing.

An Allegiant Air spokesman told NewsCenter 5 that the incident occurred when Flight 2601 from Knoxville landed in Boston at around 11 a.m. on Sunday.

The video of a passenger who was on the plane shows flight attendants asking passengers to lower their heads.

Passengers speaking to NewsCenter 5’s Emily Maher said the pilot skillfully maneuvered the plane and landed it smoothly.

“It was tough. It was very scary because we didn’t know if the landing gear would hold, if the tire would burst, if we would spin and they would have to foam up the runway.” and we’d have to get off the slides, “said passenger John Coutinho.

After the aircraft was deactivated at Logan Airfield, 154 passengers and six crew members disembarked and were taken to the terminal by buses.

According to the Allegiant spokesman, passengers who have left their information with the airline will have their luggage delivered by courier.

However, the passengers who had chosen to wait for their luggage in Logan had to wait for hours to receive their belongings.

“They didn’t let us withdraw anything, so there’s my wallet (and) my debit card. I couldn’t go out for lunch or anything,” said passenger Justin Hebert. “I would have liked to have been to a bar now see the patriots win, but unfortunately I can’t. “

The Allegiant Air spokesman said no passengers or crew were injured, which was later confirmed by the Massachusetts Port Authority.

In addition, Massport officials said the incident had minimal impact on the operations of Logan Airport. However, the Allegiant plane was still on the tarmac at 6 p.m. on Sunday.

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