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Delta Air Lines plane goes off Syracuse airport taxiway
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A Delta Air Lines plane went off the taxiway early Tuesday at New York's Syracuse Hancock International Airport.
The Airbus A220-100, operating as Flight 1718 and heading to New York City's LaGuardia Airport, exited one of the taxiways, located north of the main runway. The airport's operations were not impacted by this, and the airport remained open.
In an initial statement, the Syracuse Regional Airport Authority – which operates the airport – said that the aircraft had 61 passengers onboard at the time of the incident, which occurred just after 7:30 a.m. ET.
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