Early on the 25th of November, a Flair Airlines Boeing 737 ran off the runway after landing at Region of Waterloo International Airport, Canada.

The 12-year-old aircraft with registration C-FFLC performing flight F8501 from Vancouver to Waterloo, Canada landed on runway 26 at 06:25LT but overran the end of the runway and came to a stop on the soft ground about 140 meters past the end of the runway.

At the time of the landing, the local METAR weather consisted of rain and gusty winds up to 25 knots. Waterloo airport stayed closed to traffic the rest of the day and the Transportation Safety Board (TSB) was sent to the airport to investigate the incident.

None of the 134 passengers and 6 crew sustained injuries.

In the next video, you can see the aircraft on the grass and passengers disembarking via stairs.

Flair Airlines is an ultra-low-cost airline with headquarters in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with a current fleet of 25 aircraft including 3 B737-800 and 22 B737 Max 8.
Flair Boeing 737 stopped on the grass (Photo by @aviationbrk)

Flair Airlines official statement:

Cover Photo by @aviationbrk