The UK’s Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) has opened an inquiry into why a Flybe Bombardier Q400 left the runway at Inverness Airport Monday. The incident led to the closure of the airport, the main air link for the Scottish Highlands, for four hours. The service, BE202, had just landed after a flight from Manchester, northwest England. In a statement, Flybe said, “When taxiing at low speed at the end of the runway … the wheels of the Bombardier Q400 aircraft slid ...

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