Updated 22:44, 1/12/2023
1/12/2023, 9:25 p.m
On Friday evening, a plane made an emergency landing at Václav Havel Airport in Prague, reporting problems with tire pressure. The landing, which eventually took place smoothly and without complications, was accompanied by extensive security measures with the participation of the fire department and the rescue service.
On Friday after the twenty-second hour, a plane carrying tourists from Vietnam made an emergency landing at Prague’s Václav Havel Airport. According to information from TN.cz, the reason for the risky landing was a damaged undercarriage. Apparently it was a flat tire.
Rescuers also went to the scene. “Nothing has been confirmed yet, but we are ready in cooperation with other agencies,” said Jana Poštová, the evening spokeswoman for the Prague rescuers, shortly after nine o’clock. An hour later, she already confirmed that the plane had landed safely. “We are conducting a cursory check of passengers, but no trauma plan was needed,” she added.
The Prague rescue service later added on the X social network that the intervention at the Václav Havel Airport is officially over and went without any medical complications. “For preventive reasons, a special Golem, Fenix, an inspector, 2x RZP, a crew with a doctor and an emergency manager were on the scene. We thank everyone very much for their cooperation,” informed the rescuers.
VIDEO: Emergency landing at Václav Havel Airport in Prague, the machine reported a problem with tire pressure
The Prague fire department later confirmed that the security measures had gone smoothly. “Operations at the Prague airport were interrupted for tens of minutes due to the landing of the plane on the Phu Quoc – Prague route, which had a low tire pressure signal. The plane landed without problems shortly after 10 p.m., the fire department said on the X social network, saying that they intervened according to the operational plan to assist the airport firefighters.They had units from five stations on site.