A Frontier flight traveling from Denver to Cleveland had some major headaches once landing at Hopkins Airport.
CLEVELAND -- A Frontier flight traveling from Denver to Cleveland had some major headaches once landing at Hopkins Airport early Thursday morning.
Hopkins officials confirm at 12:29 a.m., Frontier Airlines flight number 526 bumped the jetway while approaching the terminal, causing delays for passengers on board. Airport Operations was notified at 1:15 a.m.
The plane and jetway sustained damage. passengers had to exit the plane from the back of the aircraft. No injuries have been reported.
The flight was scheduled to arrive in Cleveland at 12:41 a.m. local time, but, according to their flight status, didn't arrive at the gate until 2 a.m. All passengers and crew were off the plane by 2:20 a.m., according to airport Director Ricky Smith.
Passengers say they were stuck on the plane for more than an hour once they landed and felt a shake on board when approaching the gate. Frontier officials say passengers were kept on board the plane after the incident since the jet bridge was damaged.
Frontier Airlines Flight 527, from Cleveland to Denver, has been canceled. The flight was scheduled to depart at 7 a.m. It is not known if the plane that was scheduled to fly from Cleveland to Denver on Thursday was the plane involved in the incident.
Frontier suggests all passengers check their Web site for the latest information.
July 3, 2014: Frontier Airlines is assessing damage after one of their planes struck a jetway at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. WKYC's Will Ujek has the story. Be sure to follow @WillUjek on Twitter for more information. WKYC-TV