Hawaiian Airlines flight emergency landing closes runway at Tokyo’s Haneda airport

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A Hawaiian Airlines plane punctured its tires while making an emergency landing at Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Japan, leaving one runway closed temporarily.

Flight 458, an Airbus A330, returned to Haneda early Monday morning in Japan, after a display indicated a problem in the hydraulic system.

Then upon landing eight tires blew out.

None of the 293 passengers and crew were injured.

Workers are replacing the tires and some domestic flights were cancelled, but not international flights.

Hawaiian is sending a replacement plane to pick up the passengers and crew.

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