KLM Aircraft Veers Off Runway in Gothenburg Amid Winter Conditions

In a recent incident, a KLM Boeing 737-800 aircraft veered off the runway while taxiing at Gothenburg, Sweden. The aircraft, identified as PH-BXM, was preparing for take-off for flight #KL1152 from Gothenburg to Amsterdam.


As the aircraft was taxiing to runway 21, the nose gear at the front of the aircraft deviated from the runway and ended up in the grass. The incident did not result in any injuries, and all 124 passengers and 6 crew members safely disembarked the aircraft via stairs.


A spokesperson for KLM confirmed that there were winter conditions at the time of the incident, with snowfall reported. However, it remains unclear whether these conditions were the cause of the incident. An investigation is currently underway to determine the exact circumstances that led to the aircraft veering off the runway. In the meantime, the aircraft has been towed away from the site.

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To ensure minimal disruption to the passengers' travel plans, another plane is en route to Gothenburg to transport the passengers to Amsterdam. This incident underscores the challenges airlines face in maintaining safety during adverse weather conditions.

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