Dublin airport's main runway closed

Dublin airport's main runway is currently closed after a small plane's nose-wheel collapsed on landing.

No injuries have been reported. It is believed there were two people on board the small craft.

An airport official said on Twitter that the 'crosswind runway is now operational, there will be some delays and we will continue to keep passengers informed'.

Crews are currently trying to clear the 'disabled' aircraft from the runway.

Pic: Tony Kinlan


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