Delta officials have not determined if Saturday's engine fire incident on a plane making a hard landing in Atlanta will affect other flights, the Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported on Saturday.
On Saturday afternoon Delta MD-88 flight 2284 made a hard landing at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The brakes on the plane overheated on the taxiway and cause the fire, Delta told the AJC citing information from their operations control center.
The plane was arriving from Pittsburgh.
The Federal Aviation Administrator said the plane blew a tire while landing, according to the report.
There were no injuries for the 43 passengers aboard, Delta said, according to the AJC. However Fox News in Atlanta said there were only minor injuries after passengers were forced to make an emergency evacuation.
The flames on the plane doused with sprayed foam to put them out, Fox reported.
The plane was taken out of service and was being examined a Delta spokeswoman said.
All 43 passengers and 5 crew members were bused to a terminal after being evacuated.
Federal authorities are expected to investigate.