An airplane dropped off the runway when it landed on Friday at the main international airport of Guyana, leaving several people injured.
The Boeing 757-200 of the airline Fly Jamaica he reported a hydraulic failure shortly after taking off from Cheddi Jagan International Airport and returned less than 20 minutes later, airline spokesman Carlo Bowen said. The flight was headed to Toronto.
On board they were going 120 passengers and crew, he added. When it landed, the pilot could not brake and the ship finally stopped at the north-west end of the track, seriously damaging the right wing and engine.
Bowen said that two seniors were taken to the hospital as a preventive measure and that the aircraft was evicted without incident. "We make alternative plans for our passengers to fly," he told the Associated Press.
In July 2011, a Boeing 737-800 of Caribbean Airlines He crashed at the airport after landing in the middle of the track without enough braking space, injuring several people.
The track then measured 2255 meters (7,400 feet), but had now extended to 3,000 meters (10,000 feet).