Regional airline, LIAT, grounded one of its aircraft in Antigua on Monday after it developed a steering defect.
In a release on Monday the airline said shortly after 11:00 am the aircraft developed the problem while taxiing at the VC Bird International Airport.
The aircraft was moved to the ramp where it’s being examined by the company’s maintenance staff and will undergo the necessary repairs before being returned to service.
The flight, LI775, was en route from Antigua to Trinidad via St. Lucia when the incident occurred.
“Passengers are being accommodated on other LIAT services,” the airline said.