Video: South Korean airliner crashes after derailment

South Korean Airlines said on Monday that its flight KE631 with 173 people on board had an accident on the runway while landing at Mactan-Cebu International Airport in the Philippines the day before, but no injuries were reported.

South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency reported that Korean Air had expressed “deep regret” over the incident; Because it always gives priority to safety in all its operations.

“A thorough investigation will be conducted with local aviation authorities and Korean authorities to determine the cause of this accident,” said company president Woo Ki-hong. in a note.

The statement states that the passengers have been transferred in three local hotels and it is in phase of organizing an alternative flight.

The A330-300 attempted to land twice in bad weather and in the third attempt he crossed the track on Sunday evening, according to the statement.