TSB investigating right after Aptitude Airways plane overshoots runway at Waterloo airport.

WATERLOO, Ont. — The Transportation Basic safety Board is investigating soon after a airplane overshot the runway at an airport west of Toronto this early morning. 
The company suggests a Boeing 737 belonging to Flair Airways overran the runway after landing at Waterloo Worldwide Airport in Waterloo, Ont.
Flair Airways claims there ended up no injuries noted and travellers boarded a bus to the airport terminal.
Aptitude suggests in a tweet that the flight was coming from Vancouver to Waterloo and experienced just landed when the plane “exited the runway.”
There have been 134 passengers on board the flight, as well as crew.
The funds airline did not comment on what may possibly have prompted the airplane to overshoot the runway. 
This report by The Canadian Press was 1st posted Nov. 25, 2022.

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