TIA today resumed worldwide flight operations after a suspension of over 12 hours, the report said. Earlier, the domestic flights had begun its operations since 9:00 this morning.
The Boeing 737-900ER aircraft taking off for Kuala Lumpur from Kathmandu had slid off the runway at 10:07 pm yesterday. No casualty has been reported, the report said.
"The flight captain aborted take off at the final moment after he saw an error at the monitor inside the cockpit", the airports general manager Raj Kumar Chettri said quoting the captain. However, the runway has been shut for all global aircraft, the report said.
The plane skidded into grass and came to a halt in mud about 30 metres from the runway.
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The aircraft now has been taken to a parking bay via the runway. The runway was closed following the incident.
Tow tractors pulled the jet out of the mud up ramps set up in front of the tyres. He further informed that the airport runway did not suffer any damage during the incident and all worldwide flights have resumed.
In March, a plane of the privately owned US-Bangla Airlines from Bangladesh crashed at the Tribhuvan Airport in Kathmandu, killing over 51 people besides injuring many.
Nepal's only global airport reopened on Friday after a passenger plane attempting to take off skidded off the runway, forcing a halt to all flights.