Saturday, 6 June 2020

Flat Tire On Runway Flat Tire Delayed Several Flights At San Jose Airport This Morning

A Cessna 208B with a flat tire on the active runway forced the closure of the Juan Santamaría Airport (SJO) – San Jose airport – this Tuesday morning, reported AviacionCR.net on its Facebook page.

The airport was fully functional again at 9:20 am after the small plane was removed and the runway fully inspected.

According to Flighradar24, 4 incoming flights to San Jose (one from Panama City, one from Managua and four from Miami) were affected by the temporary closure.

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