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17 July 2017, 08:57 | Kelvin Horton
This is the moment an airliner with a burst tyre touched back down at Gatwick Airport today
Gatwick Airport says an Air Canada flight to Toronto had to return to Gatwick after experiencing the burst tyre.
In this photo taken from the twitter feed of passenger Mike Gibson, a view of the blown tire of an Air Canada plane which abandoned flight, at London Gatwick, Monday, July 17, 2017.
It returned to Gatwick just under an hour later, triggering disruption to operations. Emergency services were standing by.
In a statement on its Facebook page, Jersey Airport said: 'Gatwick Airport apologies for the inconvenience but warns that there are likely to be further delays and cancellations for the remainder of the day.
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