Chicago Midway Air Port :chicago Air Park
April 27, 2011 by USA Post
Chicago Midway Air Port :chicago Air Park, (ANA) – The Chicago Midway Air Port was previously named as Chicago Air Park. It was built in 1923 and regarded as the second largest airport in Chicago Metropolitan area.
Tuesday, on 26th April at 01:30pm an incident of plane rough landing took place when a southwest airlines jet Boeing 737-700 flying from Denver International Airport carrying 134 passengers started circling around the airfield due to heavy rain and then slide off and stuck in the mud at Midway International Airport. Due to rain the entire runway had become muddy so it was very difficult to control the plane so the plane slipped off on the left end side of the runway, the pilot did a rough but safe landing. Fortunately the plane and all the passengers including 5 kids were scared but safe and sound. When the plane stopped the distance between wall of the airport and the plane left only about 150 feet, if it wouldn’t stop so it might be a horrible incident because other side of the wall was a main road.
The National transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is investigating this scary incident. For this purpose cckpit, voice recorders data and flight deck-air traffic controls during flight conversations will also beanlyzed and crewmembers are also expected to be interrogated by NTSB.
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