Aviation News

November 10, 2012

Southwest Airlines Plane Slides Off Snowy Denver Taxiway

Southwest Airlines Flight 1905 after skidding off runway in Denver. (Photo by @mrbuddylee via Twitter)

A Southwest Airlines flight skidded off a taxiway and into some grass after landing in Denver on Saturday night, according to multiple passengers via Twitter. None of the 125 passengers aboard Southwest Flight 1905 from Oakland were injured.

In addition to the seemingly calm nature of the tweeting passengers, sources tell NYCAviation that the incident seems to be minor and no one was injured.

Weather conditions at Denver were deteriorating in Denver at the time of the incident. The hourly weather conditions at the time indicated a 200 ft ceiling in snow and fog.

We will update with more details as they come in.

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