KL1152 incident at Gothenburg Airport

On Wednesday morning, 17 January, a KLM aircraft operating under flight number KL1152 from Gothenburg to Amsterdam veered off the taxiway while taxiing in wintry conditions and came to rest with its nose wheel in the grass. The aircraft was carrying 124 passengers and 6 crew members. The safety of the passengers and crew was not affected and they were able to disembark from the aircraft unharmed down aircraft stairs. Another aircraft is currently en route to pick up the passengers and bring them to Amsterdam. Transfer passengers who may have missed connecting flights will be rebooked on the next available flights. The aircraft in question has since been towed to the terminal in Gothenburg. KLM regrets this incident and has launched an investigation, as is customary under such circumstances.