One of the United Airlines flights from Aspen Colorado to Denver International Airport, US landed with fire on the left engine on Sunday.
According to Denver International Airport, all the passengers were evacuated safely and No casualties.
The photos shared on Twitter by Raiyan @raiyansyedon revealed the Bombardier jet on the tarmac, with the left engine on fire.
United Airlines disclosed that the SkyWest Airlines flight 5869 from Aspen Colorado “experienced engine issues” after landing safely.
“All 59 passengers and crew members safely evacuated the aircraft and were transported to the terminal,” it said.
The fire is being investigated according to Denver International Airport.
“All runways are now open as an investigation into SkyWest fire continues. Other airport operations remain unaffected,” it said.
According to Raiyan @raiyansyedon who tweeted the pictures said: “the engine caught fire after landing.”
“Quick and immediate response. First responders on the runway. Huge thanks to pilot and crew for helping get passengers off safe,” the passenger said.
Rabia Chaudry, an author, also tweeted pictures from the tarmac, saying: “All safe.”
United Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta Airlines have a major contract with SkyWest Airlines.