Regular flight operations are resuming at Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport after they were suspended earlier Tuesday because of an incident with a plane.

Work is underway to continue flights and reopen the runway where a plane skidded off a runway that resulted in no injuries.

Flights were originally planned to be resumed at 8 p.m. local time (0500GMT), but was delayed until 10 p.m. (0700GMT) as efforts continue to clear the plane from the runway.

Turkish Airlines’ Senior Vice President for Media Relations Yahya Ustun said on Twitter that 20 additional flights are scheduled from Istanbul Airport to relieve

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