Vietnamese aviation government have grounded two overseas pilots after a VietJet Air passenger aircraft they have been controlling skidded off a runway because it landed in Ho Chi Minh Town, state media reported on Monday.
The airplane, which used to be coming back from the tourism island of Phu Quoc, skidded off the runway at Tan Son Nhat Airport on Sunday because of heavy rain and a tailwind, VietJet stated in a observation.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam have additionally seized the licences of the 2 pilots, pending the investigation into the incident, the reliable Vietnam Information Company reported.
“The plane, passengers and staff are all secure,” VietJet stated within the observation, with out pronouncing what number of have been onboard.
Native media stories stated the airport used to be in brief closed on Sunday because of the incident, including that the aircraft concerned is an Airbus A321neo.
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